Samsung Galaxy S for the Korean market, SHW-M110S, is priced & given a release date

Samsung Galaxy S for the Korean market, SHW-M110S, is priced & given a release date
Even though it's expected for Samsung to unveil a bevy handsets geared for the US market based on the Galaxy S towards the end of the month at an event in New York City, they've finally let out details regarding pricing and a release date for the specific variant headed to their local market. South Korea's version of the Samsung Galaxy S, the SHW-M110S, will take speed stating on June 25 where awaiting customers can expect to dish out between 0 to 295,000 won ($251) for the handset depending on which contracted monthly plan you go with. Samsung's native country will be able to experience first hand what this high-powered Android handset has to offer over the competition - which should give us a good tasting of what to expect when the US version finally makes its unveiling. No doubt there will be eyes surrounding the event scheduled for later this month, but in the mean time, South Koreans can gear up to snatch this bad boy in a matter of a few days.

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1. mdw92581

Posts: 131; Member since: Feb 25, 2010

Man I want this phone but i'm torn between a 4" and a 4.3" screen! Don't really wanna upsize later on.

2. snakemann

Posts: 50; Member since: Apr 17, 2008

the only flaw with this phone is that it has no flash....

3. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

Agreed that this phone has no flash, but i guess it wont hinder much for a person who carries a camera already. BTW.. the phone looks biggeer than the girl's face... =.= lol! Is that the Galaxy S Tablet instead xD jk

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