Samsung Galaxy S – Specs, India Launch Date, Availability And Cost

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Samsung’s much touted smartphone, Galaxy S, was launched in India on 16th June, 2010. Aamir Khan, the popular bollywood actor as well as the brand ambassador for Samsung, was present at the launch event. Samsung Galaxy S is powered by Android (an open source OS). It has a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen powered by a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor that allows the playback of High Definition videos, 512 RAM and PowerVR SGX540. This device has been made keeping in mind the ever growing need of social networking on the go, and for this reason ‘Social Hub’ provides always on social networks connectivity which allows its user to stay connected with friends, colleagues, and families on the go! Moreover ‘Social Hub’ allows wireless integration with a variety of devices, such as notebooks, TVs cameras, etc.

Following are some of the featured specs of Samsung Galaxy S:

  • 4″ super AMOLED touchscreen,
  • 480 x 800 resolution,
  • 1 GHz Hummingbird CPU,
  • 512 RAM LPDDR2,
  • PowerVR SGX540,
  • Graphics processor capable for shifting 90million triangles per second,
  • Dual Camera (Front facing – 1.3 MP ; Main Camera – 5 MP),
  • 16GB inbuilt memory with support of upto 32GB with microSD Card,
  • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n,
  • Bluetooth version 3+,
  • A2DP GPS, A-GPS,
  • Digital Compass,
  • Accelerometer,
  • Proximity Sensor,
  • 1500mAH Battery,
  • Wireless DLNA ,
  • Supports 720p recording,
  • Ability to play HD video formats including H.264 and MKV,
  • 3.5 mm jack
  • Micro USB,
  • Multi-Touch, and many more

Samsung Galaxy S handset has been priced at Rs. 28000 for Indian market. And as i said above, the new Samsung Galaxy S has been recently launched in India therefore, it isn’t available in every other mobile outlet. All the interested buyer’s should first approach mobile store’s like HotSpot, Croma, Mobile Store, etc in order to check out its availability.

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