Well, if you're like most smartphone enthusiasts, Samsung's CES announcements were, sadly, a little lackluster. Most were expecting a Galaxy S successor with at least one handset announced with a dual core CPU. Considering Samsung put in that rather large SoC order for Nvidia's Tegra 2, it left a lot of people wondering. Well, today they've announced that they'll be bringing a true Galaxy S successor, announcements for new dual-core handsets, and possibly a refresh on the Galaxy Tab to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February. It's rumored that the Galaxy Tab will be unveiled with that gorgeous new 7" Super AMOLED+ panel that Samsung announced a while back. MWC 2011 is shaping up to be really great this year!

Source: Engadget - Samsung Mobile boss confirms Galaxy S successor, Galaxy Tab roadmap being announced next month