I don’t think we needed THAT much confirmation, but here it goes anyway: Engadget’s saying that you can definitely expect to see the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 when Samsung unveils it at their Mobile World Congress event tomorrow.
The Galaxy Tab 2 will indeed be a 10 inch tablet and – even better – it runs Honeycomb. It’s also supposedly very similar to the Motorola XOOM, spec wise: a 1GHz processor and a hi-def screen resolution are said to be confirmed. It wasn’t said if the processor would be dual-core or not, but that new Exynos processor Samsung introduced might end up inside.
Also confirmed was the Samsung Galaxy 2, and its specs match up more closely to that pre-order page that popped up on MobileFun. It’ll have a 4.3 inch WVGA Super AMOLED display, an NFC chip, Bluetooth 3.0, and HSPA+ connectivity. This thing is as top of the line as a phone could get, it sounds like.
We’ll be roaming the show floor and attending Samsung’s event tomorrow, so be sure to stay tuned for coverage on these two devices as we’ll be hurting with anticipation trying to get our hands on it. [Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]
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