We already know that Samsung is planning to unveil the successor to the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S, the Galaxy S 2 on February 13, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. To spice things up a bit before the official launch, Samsung has also released a teaser video of the Galaxy S 2 now. It doesn’t reveal much about the next Galaxy S, except that it is really slim.
Check out the teaser video of the next Galaxy S
The original Galaxy S has been the most popular Android phone yet, selling over 10 million units. Riding on the success of the Galaxy S, Samsung also launched the Galaxy Tab which has been doing quite well too. Its success also led Google to let Samsung create the second Google phone – the Google Nexus S.
The new Galaxy S 2 will likely be powered by the Nvidia Tegra 2 platform, with a dual core processor and probably 1 GB RAM. It will likely sport an 8 MP camera and will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It should also have a SuperAMOLED Plus display. At this point though, it’s all speculation. We should get the official word on the specifications and pricing on February 13. Stay tuned for more coverage of the Galaxy S 2 launch and MWC 2011.