MWC 2011 PR plans show both the Samsung Galaxy S 2 & Tab 2 are on schedule

MWC 2011 PR plans show both the Samsung Galaxy S 2 & Tab 2 are on schedule
Seems like everyone is gearing up for some big announcement for MWC 2011, but it's rightfully so because it's the biggest mobile event of the year.

Already, we've seen plenty of handsets from Samsung's camp being leaked well before their scheduled debut at MWC, but for a good majority of them, they're mainly low to middle the road devices. But when you talk about devices like the upcoming successor to both the Samsung Galaxy S and Tab, our ears begin perk up and listen closely to anything regarding them.

And that's what we have here after PR plans for Samsung at MWC have been uncovered showing that the Samsung Galaxy S 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 are both scheduled for the big event. Even more, if you meticulously look at the image found at the top right of the PR plan, you'll find an invitation to Samsung's unpacked event and the faint lines of a device that could potentially be the Galaxy Tab 2. With Android 3.0 Honeycomb being the focal point of all future tablets, it would make sense to see the successor of the Tab to be on hand at MWC.

source: Electric Pig via Samsung Hub


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  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
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  • Battery 1650 mAh
  • OS Android 2.3
Galaxy Tab
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  • Camera 3 MP (Single camera)
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