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Posted by Admin April 06, 2010 05:51

Android based smartphone

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the world's second-biggest mobile phone maker, recently unveiled a new smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S, which is based on Google Inc's Android software. Consumers may already be thinking about selling their mobile and using the cash to go towards purchasing the new Samsung handset.

According to the company, the new device enables playback of HD videos, as well as access to rich augmented reality content via the Layar Reality Browser, not to mention that it also comes with advanced LBS (Location Based Services). The phone sports a ‘Social Hub’ as well, through which users can stay connected at all times with their contacts over social networking sites, no matter where they are.

The Galaxy S will also include an advanced screen technology called Super AMOLED that promises a display that is 20 percent brighter than existing phones and ideal for showing video on mobile handsets.

Additionally the new device boasts rich multimedia capabilities, and enables users to record, edit and play HD video, navigate on the Internet, or download and install applications from the Android Market. Moreover, the device comes with access to Google mobile services, including Google Search, Gmail, and Google Maps, as well as with support for inter-device connectivity via DLNA technology, apps to view and edit Microsoft Office 2007 documents, and more.

Users considering trading in their old phones in favour of the Galaxy S will have to wait a little longer as no launch date has been announced yet.




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