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We have officially started the month of February and that means that Mobile World Congress is less than two weeks away, providing companies like Samsung the opportunity to announce its new handsets, most notably the new Samsung Galaxy S II.
Whilst handset specifics not yet confirmed, Samsung is doing its part in generating buzz around the handset, sending out press invites for its upcoming MWC launch event, possibly playing a part in leaking its event schedule that all confirmed the smartphone (and a new tablet) were to get top billing at the event.
Two new teaser videos have now surfaced, highlighting the February 13 launch event and giving viewers a slight glimpse of the new phone (check around the 0:13 mark in the first video). We are sure the Galaxy S II will sport a dual-core processor and an upgraded AMOLED screen but will this be enough to tempt you away from the upgrade woes that Samsung has long been associated with?
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