Following the fleet of dual-core handsets showcased at CES 2011, Samsung is to unveil a dual-core mobile device of its own at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, new reports suggest.
With a number of Samsung devices including the Samsung Galaxy Ace, also known as the Galaxy S Mini, already peeping from the shrouds of secrecy ahead MWC 2011, the Galaxy S creator has teased its upcoming unveiling announcing “February 13th. Something big is coming.”
Teased via the official Samsung Unpacked website, the imminent MWC announcement is being touted by Sammy as “the next evolution in Samsung Mobile” with a graphic of a mystery device proclaiming “EVOLUTION is FATE” alongside the Samsung Galaxy S, the company’s hugely popular Android powered hit from the past year.
Whilst little is currently known about the mystery device, Samsung has declared it will offer a preview teaser of the product on February 1st ahead of a February 13th unveiling in Barcelona.
Much speculation surrounds how Samsung will follow its 10 million plus unit selling Galaxy S hit with the dual-core path looking the most likely option. Speaking at CES earlier this month, President of Samsung Mobile, J K Shin, reported announced: “We will continue to keep our technology leadership this year. In terms of dual-core applications, we already have a program, and next month at Mobile World Congress we will unveil it.”
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