The successor to the massive-selling Galaxy S will feature an ultra high-end Super AMOLED plus display and could debut a dual core processor, rumours suggest, as speculation mounts that Sammy will lift the lid on its flagship phone for 2011 at this year’s Mobile World Conference (MWC).
According to Chinese site ETnews, the Samsung Galaxy S2's screen will measure a whopping 4.3-inches, compared to its predecessor’s four-inch number. And in keeping with a lot of other Android phones scheduled for launch over the next 12 months, it’ll also feature NFC support for contactless payments for low-ticket items and Tube travel.
But perhaps the most exciting news is that apparently we’ll be treated to a dual core processor, suggesting that we could be in for a smartphone that’ll make the lightning-fast Galaxy S look positively leaden-footed.
Samsung has yet to confirm the existence of the handset, but with more and more leaks emerging it now looks increasingly likely that it’ll showcase the next phone in the Galaxy range at the MWC, taking place between February 14th and 17th in Barcelona.
The tech expo is also expected to host launches of the Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone and the HTC Scribe Android powered tablet.
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