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Samsung launches Galaxy S in China

Wednesday 8 September 2010 | 03:21 CET | News
Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its Galaxy 3 phone with all three of China's mobile operators. The Galaxy S will be available on three different 3G standards, with China Telecom offering a CDMA2000 device (SCH-I909), China Mobile providing a TD-SCDMA model (GT-I9008), and China Unicom marketing a WCDMA version (GT-I9088). Starting with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S for China Telecom this September, all three phones will be launched in the Chinese market this year. Samsung made the announcement during a event at the China World Exhibition in Beijing. The Galaxy S features a

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: China Mobile / China Telecom / China Unicom / Nokia / Samsung
Countries: China
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