Forum for Samsung Galaxy S I9000 Now Open
Deemed by many as “the Nexus One successor”, the Samsung Galaxy S I9000 is bound to be a hit in the mobile world. With this thought as a premise, xda-developers’ administration team has decided that the device is packed with enough goodies to earn its own sub-forum. There is very little information about the device right now and the discussions are just beginning, but things will get more lively as more information about the device surfaces. For now, we will have to start talking about the device based on the specs posted by xda-member Paul22000.
- 1 GHz CPU (Samsung)
- Super AMOLED, meaning you can view it in full sunlight
- 4″ screen
- Android 2.1
- HD video recording
- DivX / XviD / Avi / MKV playback
- Front facing camera
- 1500 mAh battery (N1 is 1400)
- 16 GB memory + microSD
- 9.9mm thin (N1 is 11.5 mm!)
If you would like to join in the discussions, please visit the Galaxy forums.
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