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Samsung Galaxy S Launching In 110 Countries in June?

We've already seen some evidence that the Samsung Galaxy S will likely be heading to AT&T and T-Mobile. Increasing the hype even more, Korea IT Times reported yesterday about Samsung's plans to release the phone in what AndroidandMe is calling "the largest global handset launch in history," hitting 110 countries worldwide by the end of June.

The Korea IT Times article mentioned that big name carriers like Deutsche Telecom, SingTel, and Orange have already been contacted regarding the launch.

As for how plausible this whole plan is, Phandroid writes that "We’ll see how this rumor ends up developing over the next few weeks, because it’s ridiculous to imagine Samsung would even be able to pull that off."

The SuperAMOLED display that comes in the phone has been touted to excel at how it functions outside, and AndroidCentral makes note that once the phone does release, we will "finally get a chance to see it outside."

Other Sources: AndroidandMe, AndroidCentral, Phandroid

Image from AndroidandMe

Source: Korea IT Times

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