#CTIA 2010: Samsung Announces Android-Based Galaxy S

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

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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)

Author: Brad Molen

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  • http://nicolasmagand.com/ Nicolas Magand

    Samsung does not have any inspiration at all. It looks like an iPhone. They even changed the Android UI to make it looks like an iPhone. This is ridiculous. Who are they kidding? The original Galaxy (which I own) was not beautiful at all, but at least it was original (except for the piano black battery cover).

  • http://nicolasmagand.com/ Nicolas Magand

    Samsung does not have any inspiration at all. It looks like an iPhone. They even changed the Android UI to make it looks like an iPhone. This is ridiculous. Who are they kidding? The original Galaxy (which I own) was not beautiful at all, but at least it was original (except for the piano black battery cover).