At this morning’s keynote at CTIA Wireless 2010, Samsung Mobile President JK Shin gave us a few morsels of information to chew on about its latest handset offering, the Samsung Galaxy S.
It was speculated over the weekend that the Galaxy S would be announced, and it was pretty much established that it would have Android and Super AMOLED. But what else does it have?
The new device is Android-based and will be available worldwide (including the US) this year. Some of the specs include:
- Samsung’s new 1GHz mobile processor that includes 3D graphics performance
- 4″ Super-AMOLED touchscreen
- New content ecosystem
- Social Hub
This is pretty much all we know of the device so far, but chances are we’ll learn more about the Galaxy S throughout the course of the day, with Samsung’s S-Life press conference coming soon. We’ll keep you posted as we get more information.
(photo courtesy Engadget)
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