Samsung's Galaxy S was just launched a couple days ago and news is all over the web about it. Yesterday, Vodafone UK began offering the Samsung Galaxy S for pre-order, but unfortunately, there is plenty of not-so-great news in that it is currently very expensive, although it is possible to get the phone free with a £35 per month plan.
However, if the £35 per month contract is more than you need, the phone can be had for as cheap as £200 with a £25 per month plan.
Engadget wrote that "the Galaxy S pre-order has now gone live in the UK, offering a delivery only four days away from now and prices that are pretty much par for the superphone course."
For those of you in the UK and thinking about buying the phone, take a look at EuroDroid's advice:
...you’ll get a better Galaxy S deal by ordering through a third-party retailer like Carphone Warehouse, where you can pick up a Galaxy S connected via Vodafone for, for example, “free” on a £30 per month tariff.
On a related topic, Samsung has launched another promotional website for their Galaxy S handset. Phandroid said the website is more interactive and includes a photo gallery, along with the phone's specifications and a user guide. AndroidGuys wrote that there is also a "clever 'Smart Life' walkthrough which shows all the various ways in which one can take advantage of the handset."
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