Samsung Galaxy S hits Cellular South

It seems that all the major carriers in the US – Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular – has a Samsung Galaxy S handset now. Cellular South announced that it will carry Samsung Galaxy S phone too.

he interesting part is that Cellular South integrates a fresh tool known as Discover Apps, which allows the handset owners to search for applications that are recommended by Cellular South Discover Center specialists. They comb through the ever increasing list of Android apps on a regular basis. Picking up the best ones, these specialists reduce users’ hassles. Thus, the carrier optimizes the application experience for all its Galaxy S subscribers.

“As an industry leader in Android-powered device offerings, Cellular South is at the forefront of the Android revolution and understands how the Samsung Galaxy S and other advanced Android devices are changing the landscape of the wireless industry. That’s why we’re so excited that our customers can experience this device and all it has to offer,” stated Kevin Hankins, chief operating officer for Cellular South. “With its Super AMOLED touchscreen
technology with SWYPE, super fast processor, integrated social networking and sleek design, the Samsung Galaxy S offers one of the best Android experiences available today.”

“The Samsung Galaxy S smartphone is the must-have Android-powered device going into the holiday season and is the ‘icing on the cake’ for our 2010 Android line-up,” asserted Hankins. “However, our Android offering doesn’t stop with just the device. With access to more than 100,000 apps on Android, it is our mission to help our customers find the right apps for them. That’s why we’ve created Discover Apps, designed to help customers find the best apps for their individual interests.”

We should remind that this phone operates on a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird application processor, and is equipped with a 4 inch super AMOLED touchscreen display, 5 megapixel camera furnishing autofocus and LED flash with HD video recording. The device integrates Google Mobile Services including Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk, Android Market and more.

The Android based Samsung Galaxy S smartphone can be found in all stores and online for $199.99. Users will have to acquire a $50 mail-in rebate and sign a two-year contract.


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