Samsung Galaxy S Coming on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint & T-Mobile

by Jeffry on April 20, 2010

Samsung Galaxy S which resembles iPhone is already coming to AT&T and T-Mobile as reported earlier. But according to latest research report by the Broadpoint.AmTech analyst Mark McKechnie, Samsung Galaxy S smartphone will be provided to all major US carriers. It is being reported that Samsung Galaxy S will land at AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint Nextel by June following Verizon Wireless by the end of this year. Though Samsung declined to comment on carrier availability for the Galaxy S.

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It seems that no carrier operator was impressive enough with Galaxy S to lock it up exclusively for their carrier, despite resembling with the iPhone. But according to McKechnie,

“It’s a pretty impressive Android-based phone with a great display, but Samsung doesn’t have the same brand strength as Apple or even Motorola,” he says. Alternately, it could signal that several carriers were interested and Samsung accelerated its usual go-to-market strategy to deliver the phone to as many partners as possible.

It is also being reported that Samsung aims to triple its smart phone shipments this year. This might be one of the reasons for rolling out their android phone on all carrier networks.

AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint Nextel and Verizon users may rejoice, Samsung Galaxy S is just some steps away from you!

Via – Forbes

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  • azul591

    it is not Snapdragon powered…please do your homework….ARM Cortex A8 core with a powerful GPU–the named PowerVR SGX540

  • azul591

    it is not Snapdragon powered…please do your homework….ARM Cortex A8 core with a powerful GPU–the named PowerVR SGX540

  • azul591

    it is ARM Cortex A8 core with a powerful GPU–the named PowerVR SGX540

  • Seattleguy

    The galaxy S is not powered by a snapdragon but yet the The Cortex-A8 core is codenamed Hummingbird

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