January 19, 2011 | by Lars Aronsson
We know that Samsung is going to bring new smartphones and tablets to Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona next month, and the South Korean company has now put up a teaser website for the successor to the highly successful Galaxy S.
On its website called Samsung Unpacked, the manufacturer is showing the Galaxy S next to a sign saying “Evolution is Fate”. Engadget suggests that there’s some not-so-subtle wordplay going on here, and that the message may imply that Samsung’s next flagship Android device will feature LTE (Long Term Evolution) connectivity.
During CES earlier this month, Samsung promised that it would bring dual-core smartphones and tablets to MWC, so hopefully we’ll see a batch of new cutting-edge devices in less than a month. The Samsung Unpacked website says that we’ll get some more info on February 1th, and a complete announcement on February 13th.
Which features do you hope the follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy S will have? Any Galaxy S users who are keen to upgrade?