Samsung To Release Follow Up to Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab at CES?


With the announcement and then release of the Samsung Nexus S we seem to have forgotten about this slide caught in the wild by Engadget a few months back.

Our friends across the pond at have rehashed the slide and are adding to the speculation that Samsung may have a few cards up their sleeves for either CES or MWC.

The specs to the follow up of the blockbuster hit Galaxy S, include a 4.3″ or 4.5″ Super AMOLED 2 screen, Gingerbread, and a dual core processor. Other than that there aren’t many specs available.

At the IFA convention in Berlin in September thedroidguy asked WP Wong during a Q&A session about upgrading to Gingerbread, Samsung Telecommunications President JK Shin quickly interjected to tell us that the Galaxy Tab is only one of a portfolio of tablets. The follow up to the Galaxy Tab is believed to have honeycomb as well as a Tegra 2 processor.

We already expect to see a Samsung 4G LTE Android device at CES for the Verizon Wireless network. Other than that we’ll have to wait 10 days and see.

Source: Androidpit

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