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The Sky's The Limit With The Samsung Galaxy

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The Sky's The Limit With The Samsung Galaxy

Vodafone is adding another champion to its already impressive stable of smart phones. The Samsung Galaxy S i9000 is a powerful Android based smart phone that's bound to impress. The Samsung Galaxy S offers the complete package of exciting mobile applications and powerful hardware to deliver a mobile experience that's always integrated, immersive and intelligent. The slim 9.9mm Galaxy S is packed with an over sized 4.0" Super AMOLED display, 1GHz processor, ultra fast data transfer and a generous 8GB memory expandable to 32GB.

It runs Android 2.1 (will be upgradeable to 2.2) software and has some innovative new technology such as Swype text and DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance, the ability to move movies, photos, music and other media from device to device). The Samsung Galaxy S also doubles as a wireless hotspot enabling you to share your 3G/HSPA data connection via Wi-Fi to multiple Wi-Fi enabled PCs and smart phones.

Vodafone General Manager of Consumer Marketing, Kursten Shalfoon says, "The Samsung Galaxy S fits perfectly into the premium end of our smart phone line-up, for the customer whose mobile defines who they are. Their smart phone is an integral part of their social and busy life. One of the features I'm most impressed with is Swype text, typing has never been so fast on a touch screen mobile. The Samsung Galaxy S operates on our extended 3G network so Kiwis can enjoy reliable, fast broadband speeds on our smart network out to 97% of where they work and play".

The Samsung Galaxy S is available now with a RRP$999, discounted if connecting on one of our new Smart plans.

The Samsung Galaxy S will shortly be joined by its smaller sibling, the Samsung Galaxy 580, an affordable full touch screen Android 2.1 based smart phone which will be available in October

This brings Vodafone's already impressive Android based smart phone range to five confirming that Vodafone is leading the way in the smart phone market.

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