Optus beefs up its Android portfolio with Samsung’s second-gen Galaxy S smartphone launching Thursday July 1st, ‘free’ at $59/month with 1GB of data and selling outright for $849.
on 06/23/2010 – Made popular on 06/23/2010
A minor iteration of Samsung’s flagship smartphone will soon be making its way to Australian carriers Telstra and Optus with 4G LTE in tow. Dubbed the Galaxy S III 4G, it will be the first LTE-version of the device to launch outside of Korea with the company’s very own quad-core Exynos processor on board.
T-Mobile has announced that they will be joining the ranks of carriers offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 to their customers. The LTE enabled version of the tablet can be added to a T-Mobile Simple Choice Plan for no additional cost.
Verizon Wireless will begin shipping the first 4G version of the Android 3.1-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 July 28. Meanwhile, Samsung says its Galaxy S II phone has now sold five million units in 85 days, and a slider version heading for AT T has peeked out....
Google announced that AT T will begin selling the Google-branded Samsung Nexus S smartphone for $100 on contract through Best Buy July 24. Meanwhile, a Samsung executive revealed to the press that the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone -- which, like the Nexus S runs Android 2.3 -- will launch in the U.S. in August....
Optus today confirmed the mobile phone which giant gadget blog Engadget has rated as possibly the best smartphone bar none will go on sale through its network in "early June", and will be available on a range of plans starting from $63 per month in total on a 24 month contract.