Samsung sends out teaser for upcoming Galaxy S

In a kit sent out to the media, Samsung teases its upcoming Android smartphone, the Galaxy S, and says it will be landing soon.

Samsung Galaxy S
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We know most of you are paying attention to another big news event this Monday morning, but thought some of you (we're talking to you, Android fans) might find this interesting.

We received a package from Samsung this morning and inside was a little UFO-shaped USB speaker system and a simple message on the inside flap of the box that reads, "Samsung Galaxy S. Landing soon."

The Galaxy S has already launched in other parts of the world, and the company promised U.S. availability later this year, but it looks like it will be sooner rather than later and it's rumored to come to all four major carriers.

The smartphone is one of this year's most anticipated Android devices with its 4-inch Super AMOLED touch screen, 1GHz Snapdragon Samsung S5PC110 processor, Bluetooth 3.0, and HD video recording. For more information, check out our hands-on look at the Galaxy S from CTIA 2010.

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