Samsung Galaxy S Successorâ€ â€¬Announcement at MWCâ€ â€¬2011
As you are probably aware the biggest selling smartphone out of the Samsung camp is their Samsung Galaxy S handset,â€ â€¬and Samsung is apparently going to craw about that little fact for a while and have also announced something else.
According to an article over on Android Central,â€ â€¬and by way of Korea’s Samsung site Samsung Tomorrow,â€ â€¬Sammy has announced they have sold in excess ofâ€ â€¬10â€ â€¬million Samsung Galaxy S smartphones,â€ â€¬something we all expected anyway,â€ â€¬and makes Sammy the most successful Android handset maker so far.
Samsung doesn’t expect smartphone sales to slow either as they have a target goal ofâ€ â€¬60â€ â€¬million smartphones next year.â€ â€¬More interesting than Sammy’s Samsung Galaxy S sales figures though is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy S.
According to the article apparently Samsung is saying the Galaxy S successor will come packing Androidâ€ â€¬2.3â€ â€¬Gingerbread along with being a dual-core handset and will announce the new smartphone during Mobile World Congressâ€ â€¬2011in February.
This news runs along the lines of a rumour posted by Engadget yesterday which touts a Samsung flagship handset porting Android Gingerbread coming earlyâ€ â€¬2011.