Further details on Samsung’s Android smartphone plans for MWC 2011 next month continue to drip out, with a new Korean report confirming screen size and NFC support for the Galaxy S successor. According to Etnews, the unnamed Samsung smartphone – dubbed by some as the Samsung Galaxy S2 – will use a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, smaller than the 4.5-inch panel in the Samsung Infuse 4G.

Meanwhile the Galaxy S2 will also have NFC support, as in the Samsung-made Nexus S. Yester, word broke that Samsung was intending to use a dual-core processor for the new handset, as well as launch new Galaxy Tab tablets at the Barcelona show.

[via OLED-Display]

  • jb

    I have a T-Mobile USA Vibrant and am still waiting for my 2.2 update. It’s a good phone, but I’ll never buy a Samsung again.

  • ummmmm…

    You do know that the 2.2 upgrade has been available on their website for awhile, right?

    …or did you want a Tmobile employee to do it for you? Don’t blame samsung. Their new phone is what I’m waiting for.

    I can tell you not to buy motorola! They ditched the xt720 and won’t upgrade it at all. Motorola never again!

  • Danny

    I love my Vibrant and I’m looking forward to the Vibrant 4G. I live in Oklahoma City and enjoy 5 almost 6 mbps so bring on 21 mbps.

  • Love it, want it now with its defintition 1280×720 @ 340 dpi !