The Samsung Galaxy S has been one of Samsung’s most successful Android smartphones due to its presence in many countries and availability on many carriers. In the United States, the Samsung Galaxy S has quickly become one of the top Android smartphones on every carrier. However, like most great smartphones, Samsung will likely be offering a successor to the original Galaxy S series and the successor is reportedly expected to make an appearance in the Mobile World Congress in February 2011. No name has been given to the Galaxy S successor, but we do know that it is expected to launch on Android 2.3, run on a dual-core processor, NFC support (similar to the Galaxy Nexus S), and a gyroscope. No word on pricing or availability at this time either, but hopefully we will learn more by February at the MWC.