More details of what we can expect from Samsung’s Galaxy S successor have emerged online, ahead of the device’s official unveiling next month.
Thanks to previous leaks, we already knew that the provisionally titled Samsung Galaxy S2 will pack a 4.3-inch touchscreen, NFC support, a dual core processor and an eight megapixel-snapper.
Well, today we know a bit more – if a fresh set of rumours are to be believed. According to Unwired View, the already pretty smart sounding camera will be augmented by video recording in full 1080 HD.
But that’s not all. South Korean site Nocut News is today reporting that the S2 will feature support for “Personal Cloud Computing”, which sounds an awful lot like you’ll get some remote storage for your buck too – possibly along the lines of htcsense.com.
Either way, we’ve not got too long to find out. Samsung is debuting its Android powerhouse on February 13th – the eve of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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