Samsung Galaxy S is going to grace China's big three mobile operators

Samsung Galaxy S is going to grace China's big three mobile operators
Well on their way of achieving their goal of selling 10 million Samsung Galaxy S smartphones, the Korean manufacturer is on the verge of unleashing their international hit into the world's largest mobile phone market. China will soon get its dose of the Samsung Galaxy S as three different versions of the handset will grace the country – with all three of the big local carriers receiving their own unique versions.

Following a similar route they used for their US launch, which is proving to be a wise decisions, Samsung is rolling out the high-end Android powered smartphone to the three largest operators in the country – China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom. This was made official during Samsung's special launch event held in Beijing today where they said that China Mobile will receive the TD-SCDMA packing GT-I9008 model, WCDMA I9088 for China Unicom, and the CDMA SCH-I909 for China Telecom.

Now that it's looking to arrive very shortly in China, it strongly positions Samsung as a viable and competitive smartphone maker on the global stage..

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source: Samsung


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