Samsung Galaxy S being sold for just £260, thanks to Samsung S II hype
July 1st, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

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Samsung freaks will be elated to know that the price of the Samsung Galaxy S has hit an all-time low at £259.95 on PAYG thanks to Carphone Warehouse. The delivery is fo free and the generally accepted fact is that CPW handsets are SIMFree and they are not locked.

Samsung is clearing the Galaxy S as it is gearing up to release the Galaxy S II. The handset was launched in May 2010 and was available with a retail price tag of £470. Samsung Galaxy S has been selected as the best Smartphone of 2010 by FoneHome mobile awards.

You can buy the handset with a £15 top up on Three so that you get 300 minutes and 300 texts apart from unlimited data every month if you want a contract. Three is offering the device for £18.55 per month on a 24 month contract via buymobilephones.

The Galaxy S has proved to be one of the best selling Android devices available on the market. Samsung has been successful to sell more than 10 million devices by the end of 2010.

Inspite of being launched a year ago, the smartphone comes with awesome specifications. It features an ARM Cortex A8 based Samsung Hummingbird SoC running at 1GHz, 8GB onboard storage, 512MB RAM and a 4-inch Super AMOLED WVGA capacitive touchscreen.

The Galaxy S also boasts a 5MP rear camera, a microSD card, BT, Wi-Fi and A-GPS. The 118g weighing device is less than 10mm thick. It is also expected to get an Android Gingerbread update in the later part of the year.

Samsung had earlier confirmed that the handset will get upgraded to Android 2.3.4 from the current Android 2.2.

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