The best selling Samsung Galaxy S has now been launched in a new pink colour scheme, joining the original black edition and more recent white model the new pink Samsung i9000 Galaxy S looks to aimed straight at a more female audience looking for top end pink gadgets.
The Pink Samsung Galaxy S now has deals as a SIM free phone with no network locks or branding to spoil its good looks, as with the white edition the pink Galaxy S simply swaps the colour of the rear casing keeping the front facing black panel plus all of those high end Android and Samsung features in tact.
As a SIM free phone the Samsung Galaxy S Pink does not require the customer to pass any of the network credit checks as with pay monthly contract deals, this means that those that might usually struggle to get a contract phone can easily get their hands on this latest link edition Galaxy S.
Sporting a 5.0 mega pixel camera capable of capturing HD video, Android 2.1 and an amazing 4 inch Super AMOLED touch screen the Pink Samsung Galaxy S is one high specification device, featuring Samsung’s Social Hub users can get a continuous stream of social network updates, emails and text all in one place to keep up with their friends antics and with access to over 150,000 new applications from the Android Market boredom is most definitely a thing of the past!
The new White edition of the Samsung Galaxy S has now been released as a SIM free phone, this new white model was first launched on Vodafone, Orange and O2 deals in late October followed with a release on T-Mobile deals in early November but this is the first time that it has been made available without having to sign up to a contract deal.
The Samsung Galaxy S White SIM free handset is provided unlocked to every network meaning that the consumer can slide in either a contract or pay as you go SIM card of their choice, the white Samsung Galaxy S packs in the exact same great features found in the original Galaxy S model as well as the 16GB edition and simply swaps the colour of the back casing for the new white finish.
The Samsung i9000 Galaxy S white is so smart that you can use it to replace all your portable digital devices! From the moment you wake up to the smartphone’s integrated alarm function, you can count on the Galaxy S to guide you through the day thanks to its diary feature, which displays all your appointments on its 4″ touch screen with 16 million colours.
With its GPS chip and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n card, it takes just a few seconds to find the ideal route to get you from one place to the next, and connect to your email in-box and your favourite sites. What’s more, the Galaxy S boasts a 5-megapixel digital photo sensor and a range of multimedia functions, and is compatible with DivX and MPEG4, as well as MP3, AAC or WMA files on a microSD card.
For a smartphone that lives up to its name, the Samsung Galaxy S has everything you need!
The latest Samsung Galaxy S White has now been allocated a range of Vodafone deals, this new white Galaxy S was first released on O2 deals last week as well as picking up Orange contract deals more recently.
White Samsung Galaxy S deals on Vodafone are available for as little as £10 per month and to get a free phone just £30 per month on Vodafone 600+Unlimited, there’s also a great range of free gifts available with the higher end tariffs such as a free HP Mini 110 Netbook with a free Samsung i9000 Galaxy S white phone for £40 per month.
Amongst the most striking and immediately noticeable highlights of the Galaxy S is the substantial 4 ” super AMOLED touchscreen display. The screen performs at a pixel setup of 480x 800 pixels, that gives it with unmatched heights of display quality of the on-screen imagery. Its able to presenting as many as 16,000,000 hues, again going to show just how high quality the display quality actually is.
With dimensions of merely 9.9 millimetres thick, the Samsung Galaxy S is just about the thinnest handsets on the market, and is particularly very light-weight, weighing just 119 g. It will it practical to fit in a pocket or bag.
The Samsung Galaxy S handset uses Android version 2.1 (Eclair) for the operating-system, while using the tailor made Samsung interface referred to as TouchWiz. The Samsung Galaxy S comes with a good level of internal storage space and memory, and relies on a 1 GHz processer, rendering it amazingly speedy in terms of managing demanding apps, that makes it a great combo to the Android OS.
Plenty of media may be kept internally due to a ample 16 GB of internal storage as standard rendering it great for storing data for instance music file tracks, based on this amount of storage offered, its easily able to saving a complete digital music library. Having said that, additional space is available up to a whopping 32 Gigabytes by using a micro SD card slot should more file storage be necessary.
The TouchWiz 3.0 UI offers a brilliant way of navigating the phone, with low lag times, over again thanks to the highly effective processer. Entry to the Android Market offers users of the Samsung Galaxy S apparently countless possibilities of both personalisation along with endless possible ways to increase the phone’s day-to-day operation. Like the Apple AppStore, it has an App for nearly any purpose, that is easily downloaded, many cost-free.
Needless to say the Samsung Galaxy S is sold with each of the great features you’d probably expect from a smart-phone installed as standard. For example a five. Megapixel digital video camera. This impressive unit incorporates plenty of great benefits for enhancing the standard of photos at the same time simplifying the task of taking them. Wi-Fi and 3G on-line connections results in an impressive connection to the internet at lightening fast rates.
Several different forms of both audio and videos are accommodated by the internal multi-media player, alongside social networking integration, fm radio player and as well a varietyof included and downloadable games to keep buyers busy for long periods of time.
In general, the Samsung Galaxy S ticks all the boxes and will certainly win over anyone from the typical mobile customer, to serious smartphone buffs.
A new model has now joined the Samsung Galaxy S range, the latest white Samsung Galaxy S joins the original black edition and 16GB edition of this high specification Android powered phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S White offers all of the same functionality, features and hardware of the original handset but replaces the back cover with a new white housing and the main phone surround for a chrome finish.
Samsung have kept things nice and simple in terms of the design of the white Samsung Galaxy S. If you could summarise in one word then “minimal” would be the perfect description.
At a glance the phone looks very similar in desigh to the iPhone 3GS white, with a large screen joined by just a single button on the front of the device. The screen is surrounded by a metallic chrome bezel which serves to enhance the look of the screen, the rear plastic panel has now been replaced in favour of the new white colour scheme. This plastic cover helps to keep the devices overall weight down to a very impressive 121 grammes.
The 4 inch display on the phones means that it does feel slightly on the large size when in the palm of your hand, but the depth is a very slim 9.9mm. Many people who opt for the Galaxy S will do so because of the great screen technology on offer. Samsungs use of Super AMOLED technology means that not only do images have a rich depth of colour, the actual quality is also superb. This is also thanks to the impressive 480 x 800 resolution, which when paired with all of the other features on offer make this display one of the best currently available.
A vast array of excellent media features also make the Samsung Galaxy S a very attractive handset to prospective customers. Perhaps the most impressive aspect is the excellent video recording facilities. The phone captures High Definition footage at a resolution of 720P and at a very high quality 30 frames per second. Still shots are captured at a rather less spectacular resolution of 5 mega pixels, however this still produces a reasonable image.
The camera is aided by both face and smile detection, auto focus and geo tagging facilities. Music files are handled admirably thanks to the phones capability of accepting a multitude of file formats. An RDS FM tuner offers a nice alternative to your own files, and the 3.5mm stereo jack is always welcome, meaning a wide range of headphones can be used. Storage options are plentiful with the unit coming with an internal memory of either 8GB or 16GB.
The obligatory microSD card slot means the more media heavy user can extend their memory by a further 32GB. The Galaxy S houses an excellent 1Ghz ARM Cortex A8 processor which ensures the phone operates effortlessly and quickly, with minimal lag between loading of applications.
A whole host of potential smartphone customers may well be convinced to stray away from the tried and trusted Apple and HTC camps by this great new model. Although the screen is the main draw of the phone, there is plenty of other features that make this a real winning handset.
The new Samsung Galaxy S in White has now been released on Orange deals, following its initial launch yesterday on O2 deals this latest white edition of the Samsung i9000 Galaxy S now has double the number of pay monthly deals available plus some great free gift offers.
You can pick up a free Samsung Galaxy S White from just £30.00 line rental per month on four different Orange deals, these are on Orange Dolphin 30, Racoon 30, Panther 30 and and Canary 30. The pick of the bunch has to be the Panther 30 deal as there is 750MB of included internet usage which is an essential ingredient when using the Galaxy S to its full potential, also included is unlimited SMS and 400 minutes of calls.
The experience of using the Samsung Galaxy S is superb. A 1Ghz Qualcom A8 Cortex processor keeps everything ticking along at a tremendous pace. Their is no noticeable lag in the loading of applications and swiping your finger across the screen brings an instant response. The operating system used on this model is the ever reliable Android 2.1. This offers users the normal homescreen layout, where you have 7 screens where you can place your various icons.
Samsung have chosen to skin Android with their own TouchWiz user interface, which does bring some pleasing changes to the phone. Social Hub for example aggregates all of your incoming data from various social networking sites. The hub works with Facebook, Myspace and Twitter, and seems a very effective tool to stay up to date with what is happening in the world around you.
The UI also brings Samsungs own Swype text input method to the table. This is an extremely effective way of speeding up the composition of texts and e mails, as rather than individually pressing each key required you can move your finger across the screen in one continuous motion. The excellent artificial intelligence of the unit nearly always correctly guesses the word you are looking for. Speaking of typing, thanks to the large 4″ screen, the virtual keypad features large button which are well spaced out, further enhancing the user experience.
The Samsung Galaxy S is a lovely looking mobile phone. At first glance the black back panel, large screen and curved edges are reminiscent of the Apple iPhone 3GS. In terms of size, it really is a tale of two halves. Height and width measurements are slightly wider than many rival models in order to accommodate the larger screen, however the depth is wafer thin at just 9.9mm and thanks to the extensive use of lightweight plastic, the weight of 121 grammes is also less than you would expect.
There is plenty of media support on the phone for those times when you are not making a call or browsing the web. A wide range of video file formats are supported, including newer formats such as MKV. The combination of such support alongside the massive screen makes the handset perfect for watching video files. A large amount of memory is required to store such data, so thankfully the Samsung Galaxy S comes with either 8GB or 6GB of internal memory. A micro SD card slot is also located on the phone, meaning there is potential to increase this memory by a further 32GB.
For anybody looking for a top quality smartphone, you could do a lot worse than the Samsung Galaxy S, which performs very well in all areas.