Samsung Galaxy S

The Samsung Galaxy S is a new Google Android device that will be coming to North America as well as other parts of the world this summer. The smartphone will ship with Android 2.1.
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Smart Life

Samsung used the term "Smart Life" to explain the user experience on the Galaxy S. It includes user-defined daily briefings for instant access to information that's important to you (news, weather, appointments, etc.), location-based search options, and a Layar Reality Browser that allows you to view augmented reality content.
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Social Hub

Like the Samsung Wave, the Galaxy S is also meant to be a social hub and integrates contact information and messages from various accounts and provide a unified view.
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Super AMOLED touch screen

The Samsung Galaxy S boasts a 4-inch Super AMOLED touch screen, which has better touch sensitivity, wider viewing angles, and are less reflective than regular screens.
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Other highlights of the device include Bluetooth 3.0, a 5-megapixel camera, a Swype keyboard, Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) technology for inter-device connectivity, and a choice of an 8GB or 16GB model.
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