Samsung Galaxy S i9000 coming to Asia in June with Froyo down the road

Samsung Galaxy S i9000 coming to Asia in June with Froyo down the road
Now that we're on the verge of a full blown European launch for the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S I9000, Asia is looking to be the next stop for this spiffy fast Android powered handset. Samsung announced today that it will come to the Asian market starting this June where an unlocked version can be fetched for a mind boggling $1,098, but there is a definite possibility for some wireless carrier in the region to offer a subsidized version with an accompanying mobile plan. Still the news looks promising for this smartphone seeing that Luke Lee, senior product manager for mobile phones, made known during an interview that Android 2.2 Froyo is expected – but there was no exact date for it just yet. Ultimately, the only major market left to possibly see its presence is North America – so we'll have to sit back and wait for the good news to come.

Samsung Galaxy S I9000 Specifications | Hands-on

source: CNET Asia


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