German cellular users can now partake of the white Samsung Galaxy S that debuted around a month back.It’s only a matter of time before Samsung launches the white Galaxy S in the US.Internally, the hardware is the exact same as the black version. The sole difference is the white backing — the black color remains on the front.
The casing color put aside, this is actually the same Samsung Galaxy S we reviewed and compared to the iPhone 4 a while ago and you should know pretty well by now. It sports a gorgeous 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen and right underneath it there is the 1GHz Hummingbird processor accompanied by 512MB RAM, 2GB ROM and 8 or 16GB storage (user expandable, thanks to the inbuilt microSD card slot).
It also features a 5MP autofocus camera with nice 720p HD video recording and all-you-can-eat connectivity options. Unlike the Gingerbread-powered Samsung-made Google Nexus S, the I9000 is still serving Froyo but there is still a chance for the Android 2.3 to come on board.
Currently, the black Galaxy S 8GB is sold for around €415, but you will have to add a little more for the white one, costs some €40 more (around €455).
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