According to the Korea Times, Samsung is expected to reveal their upcoming successor to the Galaxy S handset as well as the next version of the Galaxy Tab at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January. Both devices are expected to feature improved processors, with the new Galaxy Tab likely sporting an Nvidia Tegra 2.
The specs of the successor to the Galaxy S, likely to be called the Galaxy S2 have also been previously rumored to include Android Gingerbread as well as a larger screen (4.3-4.5") using Super AMOLED2 technology and many other improvements. In addition, we saw a conflicting rumor back in June regarding the Galaxy S2, which make coming to any firm conclusions on specs very difficult.
Details about the upcoming Galaxy Tab, rumored or firm, are scarce to come by, but we are expecting to see a dual core Tegra 2 processor, a 7" SAMOLED screen, and Android Honeycomb. Back at IFA Berlin, a Samsung executive seemingly confirmed that the Galaxy tab would see an upgrade to the next version of Android, so even normal Galaxy Tab users should be able to officially enjoy Android Gingerbread, and maybe even Honeycomb.
Luckily, the spec sheets for these products will likely be reveal in the coming days, so we won't have much more guessing about specs to do.
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Source: Korea Times
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