Samsung and its carrier partners unveiled two Android phones in the new Samsung Galaxy S portfolio.
Sprint unveiled the 2nd 4G handset with the Samsung Epic 4G Galaxy S and T-Mobile launches the Samsung Vibrant Galaxy S next month.
Samsung announced also today that U.S. Cellular will also launch a new Galaxy S phone. There is no name for it available yet.
The features of the Galaxy S phone from U.S. Cellular include 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 1 GHz Samsung Hummingbird Application Processor, Android 2.1, six-axis sensor, DLNA, wi-fi 802.11n and a 5.0-megapixel camera/ camcorder.
The specifications are similar to the T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant as there is talk of a virtual keyboard in the press-release. The Sprint Epic 4G in contrast has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
The Samsung Galaxy S smartphone will be available in the fall at U.S. Cellular.
T-Mobile is set to be the first to launch a Samsung Galaxy S phone next month. Sprint is launching the Epic 4G in a couple of months, which is basically fall.
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