Samsung has launched its Galaxy S smartphone at CTIA 2010.
The new Android-powered device features a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, along with a 1 GHz application processor that renders HD videos and augmented reality content through its Layar Reality Browser and advanced LBS (Location Based Services).
The Galaxy S also boasts a mobile Digital Natural Image engine (mDNIe) which optimizes an already crisp viewing experience for photos, videos, and e-books.
"[The Galaxy] creates a perfect environment to record, edit and play HD video, to browse the Internet and to read your favorite e-books," explained JK Shin, president of Samsung's Mobile Communications Business.
"A variety of applications from Android Market allows users to even more extend the benefits and excitement of smart phone experience. Plus, users have access to Google mobile services, such as Google Search, Gmail and Google Maps."
Shin added that the smartphone offers a "highly advanced," always-connected Social Hub, as well as easy wireless integration with a variety of other devices, such as notebooks, TVs and cameras.
Other key features include: