The Samsung Galaxy S is a smart phone with Android operating system was announced by Samsung in March 2010. He has an 8.16 1 GHz Hummingbird processor memory GB internal flash, 4 inches with 480 800 pixels Super AMOLED (PenTile) capacitive touchscreen, 5 megapixel camera (on some models) a front VGA front camera. The base version of the phone, the GT-I9000, was quickly followed by variants models in which it is possible to make any operation how to send free SMS. Also includes presentations such as Epic 4 G, Captivate, Vibrant, and the Fascinate. The Samsung Galaxy S has a PowerVR graphics processor which is responsible for generating 90 million triangles per second, which leads him to have more rapid market graphics processing unit, rather than on any other Android phone built to date. It has been the first to be certified by DivX HD Android phone, also with 9.9 mm is the thinnest Android phone currently to the for sale. It is much thinner than phones like iPhone, cell phones Sony Ericsson, and others. Since October of the current year, Samsung has sold more than 5 million Galaxy S phones worldwide.
The Galaxy S was named the Smartphone of the year for Europe by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) in a few awards 2010-2011 delivered since they are responsible for highlighting the most innovative and outstanding market technologies. The phone was initially released in Singapore on June 4, 2010. Before the end of its first weekend on sale in Singapore, Singtel became the exclusive provider to sell the device in this Asian country. On Friday, June 25, 2010, the phone was launched in Malaysia and marketed by the company Maxis South Korea. Then it would be released in the United Kingdom, Europe and parts of Asia in June 2010. It was released in Australia in July 2010. In general, the product launch program has been launched in 110 companies in 100 countries of the globe, at the same time. They also have released variants known as Epic, vibrant, Samsung fascinate and Captivate, which went to market since June and until September 2010. Original author and source of the article