Optus, Australia’s second largest mobile operator, announced the upcoming launch of Samsung Galaxy S – one of the world’s hottest Android smartphones at the moment.
The handset will be exclusively available at Optus starting July 1. With a 2-yr agreement and a ‘yes’ Social plan ($59 per month), the new device can be yours for free.
Expected to be launched via T-Mobile USA, too (as Samsung Vibrant), the Galaxy S is the first (ever) Android handset to feature a Super AMOLED touchscreen display. It also comes with a 1GHz processor, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera with HD video recording, and 8/16GB of internal memory.
Optus currently sells five other Android handsets: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini, Motorola Quench, Motorola Dext, and Garmin-Asus A10.
Via Press release
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