The Samsung Galaxy S was made available in Singapore (exclusive to SingTel) around end May this year. However, the popular Android smartphone which has been selling very well, was only recently launched in China with three major operators.
08 September 2010 – Samsung has announced the launch of its Galaxy S smartphone in partnership with three major mobile operators in China. The Galaxy S will be available on three different 3G standards, with China Telecom offering a CDMA2000 device (Model Name: SCH-I909), China Mobile providing a TD-SCDMA model (GT-I9008), and China Unicom marketing a WCDMA version (GT-I9088). Starting with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S for China Telecom this September, all three phones will be launched in the Chinese market this year.
Samsung made the announcement today during a Galaxy S launch event at the China World Exhibition in Beijing. More than 300 guests including dealers and journalists attended the event hosted by JK Shin, President and Head of the Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics.
The Galaxy S features a sleek design, a brilliant 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and a 1GHz processor, giving users an intelligent, immersive and integrated mobile experience. Samsung’s Galaxy S model for China Telecom has dual-standby, supporting both CDMA and GSM networks. The China Mobile device will incorporate the Chinese CMMB mobile TV service and is powered by the Ophone 2.0 platform.
Source: Korea Newswire