Samsung should be launching its premier handset soon, in a huge way. According to the Korean industry blog Korea IT Times the Galaxy S will be released in 100 countries, all within the same month. Confirmed by IT Times are Vodafone (UK), Orange (FR), SingTel (SG), Deutsche Telecom (Germany) and "many others." We're already pretty sure it's coming to AT&T, T-Mobile, and very possibly Sprint...
For those interested, the Australian G1 or we guess, the HTC Dream, has been photographed under seductive light and well, surprise! it looks the same. Well, other than the HTC logo being under the speaker instead of the T-Mobile branding, this is the G1 you know and love.
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[tb tech via engadget]
It looks like Android is slowly expanding its footprint. The word is that Australia and Singapore will both be getting the HTC Dream (same exact device as our T-Mobile G1) sometime in the near future. The Australian HTC Dream will run on the Australian Carrier Optus and the Singapore version will launch on Singtel. Basically, you'll be getting all the flavors of the G1 just under a different...
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