Samsung Galaxy S Successor‭ ‬Announcement at MWC‭ ‬2011

As you are probably aware the biggest selling smartphone out of the Samsung camp is their Samsung Galaxy S handset,‭ ‬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,‭ ‬and by way of Korea’s Samsung site Samsung Tomorrow,‭ ‬Sammy has announced they have sold in excess of‭ ‬10‭ ‬million Samsung Galaxy S smartphones,‭ ‬something we all expected anyway,‭ ‬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 of‭ ‬60‭ ‬million smartphones next year.‭ ‬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 Android‭ ‬2.3‭ ‬Gingerbread along with being a dual-core handset and will announce the new smartphone during Mobile World Congress‭ ‬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 early‭ ‬2011.

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2 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S Successor‭ ‬Announcement at MWC‭ ‬2011”

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    Ural says:

    Samsumg is overestimating its possibilities. Most galaxy s owners will never consider Samsung ad an option again.

    Samsung does not offer anything comparable to Atrix, so yes ten million is all they can really look for, sixty is not something they will achieve.

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    Sleuth says:

    @ Ural:

    You can't be serious! The Motorolla Atrix is a joke. I had mine for a week and sent it back with all sorts of lag and shut down prbs. I have since seen that there are loads of probs with it so the Atrix is a joke really!

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