Samsung's Galaxys S is getting lots of press time today with news that the phone is already listed SIM-Lock free on Amazon.de (since May 21st) for a price of €649 and word from CNET that the phone will be released first in Asia this June, which the author notes could be as early as next week.
Samsung's Galaxy S is their flagship Android device sporting a 4-inch SuperAMOLED display and a 1GHz Hummingbird processor.
In regards to the pricing, the Euro has been taking a beating lately, but my previous story that included a launch window for the phone pointed to a June release, although the mentioned price in the $1,000 USD area is off target from the current exchange rate for €650 which puts it at around $790 USD.
The phone is still set to launch with Android 2.1, with an update to Android 2.2 coming later, though no exact details on when. I wrote earlier about rumors that the device might be carried in the US by T-Mobile and AT&T, but I have yet to see any reliable release dates.
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