The high-end Android-based Samsung Galaxy S is now available for pre-order on Vodafone UK's website. According to the wireless carrier, the handset is set to begin shipping on June 15 and is available for free on Pay monthly plans that start at £35 per month. The model being released at Vodafone sports 16GB of internal memory, though a microSD memory card slot enables users add even more storage space into the equation.
“The Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S
lets you dive into a world of apps - over 30,000 of them. It also gives you the power to shoot full HD video and photos with its 5 megapixel camera. And if you love being online but hate the wait, the speed of your Galaxy S will wow you. You'll also be impressed by the huge 4'' screen. It brings video clips and web pages vividly to life. And even with its big touchscreen, your Samsung Galaxy S slips into your pocket with ease,” the wireless carrier states on its website.The Samsung Galaxy S
is expected to become the South Korean mobile phone maker's flagship Android phone, and its specifications list is a proof of that. The 4-inch touchscreen display is complemented by a 5-megapixel photo snapper with auto focus, HSDPA, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity options are all available with it, and built in GPS navigation comes in to offer support for location based services.
The Samsung Galaxy S measures 122 x 64 x 9.9 mm and weighs in at 118g. Users purchasing it will benefit from a nice range of appealing features, including support for SMS, MMS and IM, email capabilities, or support for access to social networking sites. The handset
is also mobile TV compatible and comes with MP3 player, video player, and Stereo FM radio.
“When you're in a 3G area, you can hit some pretty impressive speeds. Because the Galaxy S is not only built for fast internet access, but also has a 1GHz processor inside - it's the quickest you can get on a phone,” Vodafone
states. Those interested in ordering a Samsung Galaxy S in advance from Vodafone should head over to the carrier's website here