Today at the 2010 CITA Wireless technology show, Samsung took the wraps off their newest smartphone, the Galaxy S. Aside from some pretty impressive internal specs, the real show stopper of the Galaxy S is the gorgeous display. Take a look at this bad boy in action.
Packing a 1GHz processor, a five-megapixel camera (capable of recording 720p HD video) and the Android 2.1 OS, the Galaxy S is sure to be a formidable foe in this generation's smartphone wars. But what makes it really stand out amongst the pack is the four-inch WVGA 800 X 480 Super Amoled display, which provides a level of crisp imagery and vivid color we really can't recall ever seeing on a phone before.
Combined with the speedy processor and the snappy Android operating system, this Samsung handset looks to be a smartphone to keep on the shortlist along with the HTC Evo, and (potentially) the 4G iPhone. Samsung states that US availability will be "sometime this year," although when, and on what carrier, still remain a mystery.