Samsung Galaxy S
|Compatible networks||Dual band CDMA2000/EV-DO Rev. A 800 and 1,900 MHz;
WiMAX 2.5 to 2.7 GHz;
802.16e 2.5G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE): 850, 900, 1,700, 1,800, 1,900, and 2,100 MHz;
3G (HSDPA 7.2 Mbit/s, HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s): 900, 1,900, and 2,100 MHz;
|First released||4 June 2010|
|Units sold||24 million (as of 14 January 2013)|
|Predecessor||Samsung Galaxy i-5700|
|Successor||Samsung Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy S Plus, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S4|
|Related||Samsung Galaxy Player, Nexus S|
|Type||Touchscreen smartphone (Android)|
|Form factor||Slate (most versions)
Slider (Sprint version)
|Dimensions||122.4 mm (4.82 in) H
64.2 mm (2.53 in) W
9.9–14 mm (0.39–0.55 in) D.
|Weight||118–155 g (4.2–5.5 oz)|
|Operating system||Android 2.3.6 with TouchWiz UI 3.0/TouchWiz UI 4.0.|
|SoC||Samsung Exynos 3 Single
(previously known as S5PC110, Hummingbird, Exynos 3110
|CPU||1 GHz (ARM Cortex A8)|
|GPU||200 MHz PowerVR SGX 540|
|Memory||512 MB RAM|
|Storage||16 GB (flash nand memory)|
|Removable storage||micro-SD (up to 64 GB supported)|
|Battery||Li-po 1500 mAh
Talk time: 2G, 803 min.; 3G, 393 min.
Standby time: 2G, 75 hr; 3G, 57 hr.
|Data inputs||Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display, Ambient light sensor, Microphone, 3-axis Magnetometer (Compass), aGPS, 3-axis accelerometer, Stereo FM Radio With RDS and Swype, Physical QWERTY keyboard (on Sprint version only)|
|Display||4.0 in (100 mm) Super AMOLED with RBGB-Matrix (Pentile)
800×480 px WVGA (233 ppi)
|External display||TV out via headphone jack, mDNIe Via WiFi(HD)|
|Rear camera||5 MP with auto focus; 720p HD video (12 Mbps); auto-focus; self-shot, action, panorama, smile shot; face detection; anti-shake; add me|
|Front camera||VGA camera (some models)|
|Sound||SoundAlive, 16KHz 64kbit/s Mono in HD Video Recording|
|Connectivity||3.5 mm TRRS; Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n; DLNA; Bluetooth 3.0; micro-USB 2.0; FM radio with RDS with recording|
|Other||TV out, integrated messaging Social Hub, Google Play, Samsung Apps, A-GPS, Augmented reality with Layar Reality Browser, video messaging, Exchange ActiveSync (offline and no SIM Mode), voice command, RSS reader, Widgets, Smart security|
The Samsung Galaxy S is an Android smartphone that was announced by Samsung in March 2010. It features a 1 GHz ARM "Hummingbird" processor, 8–16 GB internal flash memory, a 4 inches (10 centimetres) 480×800 pixel Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, Wi-Fi connectivity, a 5-megapixel camera with a maximum resolution of 2560x1920 and, on select models, a front-facing 0.3 MP VGA camera (640x480). The base version of the phone, the GT-I9000, was specialized for each of the U.S. carriers, and released as the Epic 4G, Vibrant, Captivate, Fascinate, and Mesmerize. The name "Galaxy S" is used today for various models of Samsung phones that are quite different from the original Galaxy S, such as the Galaxy S Blaze, Galaxy S Aviator, or Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G. These are akin to spin-offs, rather than phones in the main "Galaxy S" series.
The Samsung Galaxy S features a PowerVR graphics processor, yielding 20 million triangles per second, making it the fastest graphics processing unit in any smartphone at the time of release. Also, upon release, the Galaxy S was both the first Android phone to be certified for DivX HD, and at 9.9 mm was the thinnest smartphone available.
As of January 2011, Samsung had sold 10 million Galaxy S phones globally. The Galaxy S was named the European Smartphone of the Year at the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) Awards 2010–2011. The Samsung Galaxy S was succeeded by Samsung Galaxy S II. In October 2011, Samsung announced that it had sold 30 million Galaxy S and Galaxy S II phones globally.
The phone was initially launched in Singapore on June 4, 2010. Before the end of its first weekend on sale in Singapore, Samsung tweeted that Singtel, the exclusive carrier to sell the device in Singapore, were sold out of devices. On Friday June 25, 2010, the phone was launched in Malaysia and South Korea. Overall the launch schedule comprised launches on 110 carriers in 100 countries at the same time. U.S. Variants named as Epic, Vibrant, Fascinate, Captivate, and Mesmerize were released from June through September 2010.
CNET Asia gave the Galaxy S a favorable review with a score of 8.4/10. The Galaxy S was compared to current high-end Android-based phones such as the HTC Desire, Xperia X10, Nexus One, and smartphones using different operating systems like the iPhone 4, which runs iOS, and HTC HD2, which runs Windows Mobile in CNET Asia.
GSMArena.com described the Galaxy S as having "perfect audio quality," claiming the phone's superior all-round performance made it a "new leader of the Android pack."
TIME listed the Galaxy S as #2 device in "Top 10 Gadgets" of 2010, praising its Super AMOLED display.
The phone was criticized by some reviewers for sub-par GPS performance. Anandtech, reviewing the Epic 4G variant, said "the phone will take an inordinate amount of time to determine your actual location, and/or it won’t pinpoint your location very accurately." Engadget described the GPS in the Vibrant and Captivate variants as "utterly broken and non-functional... this is a problem for which there's no reasonable explanation why it made it all the way to retail devices." Samsung released an application for the Captivate and Vibrant variants only that resets the phone's GPS settings to factory defaults. TechRadar acknowledged GPS faults in the Galaxy S, and stated that these have been fixed in the Google Nexus S.
The Samsung Galaxy S used the Samsung S5PC110 processor. This processor combined a 45 nm 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 based CPU core with a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU made by Imagination Technologies which supported OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0 and is capable of up to 20 million triangles per second. The CPU core, code-named "Hummingbird,"" was co-developed by Samsung and Intrinsity. This processor was subsequently renamed to the Samsung Exynos 3110 in October 2011.
The Samsung Galaxy S has 512 MB of LPDDR1 RAM (Mobile DDR). Some variants also come with either 8 GB or 16 GB of OneNAND memory combined in a package-on-package stack with the processor. An external microSD card slot supports up to 32 GB of additional storage memory.
The Samsung Galaxy S uses a 101.6-millimetre (4.00 in) Super AMOLED touch screen covered by Gorilla Glass, a special crack and scratch resistant material. The screen is a WVGA PenTile display manufactured by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy S has 5 MPx camera with no optical but digital zoom. It has sensor type 1/3.6" (rectangle 4×3 mm), which is a bit smaller in size than usual sensor in digital compact cameras, which have 1/2.33"-1/2.5" type sensor .
User interface 
The phone employs the proprietary Samsung TouchWiz 3.0 user interface. Unlike TouchWiz 3.0 on the Samsung Wave, it allows up to seven homescreens. However, different from other Android user interfaces, TouchWiz 3.0 allows users to add, delete and rearrange homescreens. The program launcher is also different from other Android user interfaces in that it has an iOS-like program menu which allows customization of shortcuts. In addition, three of the four shortcuts at the bottom of the screen can also be customized.
The Epic 4G features a specialized version of TouchWiz based on TouchWiz 3.0. Because of the Epic 4G's QWERTY slide-out keyboard, the homescreen needed to be able to rotate into landscape mode. The other Galaxy S TouchWiz 3.0 devices do not support this feature.
The most important aspect of all three generations of TouchWiz is the widget interface. The most prominent widgets that come with the Galaxy S are the Daily Briefing, weather clock and the Buddies Now widget. In addition to Samsung widgets, standard Android widgets can be added and removed from the homescreens.
Bundled applications 
Other provided software includes the Layar Reality Browser, a program that visualizes GPS direction, and Aldiko, an ebook reader. The phone also comes with various upgraded versions of software that came with Samsung's previous generation of smartphones (such as i8910HD and i8000 Omnia II).
Media support 
The Galaxy S comes with support for many multimedia file formats, including audio codecs (FLAC, WAV, Vorbis, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MID, AC3, XMF), video codecs (mpeg4, H.264, H.263, Sorenson codec, DivX HD/ XviD, VC-1) and video formats (3GP (MPEG-4), WMV (Advanced Systems Format), AVI (divx), MKV, FLV).
Android 2.2 upgrade 
Canada received the 2.2 upgrade for select carriers on December 10, 2010.
According to Samsung the 2.2 upgrade has come to the USA in 2011 for most versions of the handset (AT&T Captivate, Verizon Fascinate, T-mobile Vibrant, Sprint Epic). The 2.2 upgrade was released for T-Mobile on January 20, 2011. It enabled stock Android features that had previously been disabled such as Wi-Fi Calling and Mobile AP.
Verizon's Fascinate was upgraded to Android 2.2 in April 2011. Verizon's Continuum variant was upgraded to 2.2 in February 2012.
Android 2.3 upgrade 
An Android 2.3 ("Gingerbread") update became available for Nordic countries, The Netherlands and Germany on April 16, 2011. The update reached UK, India and HongKong by the start of Nov, 2011. Singapore received the update in June. Australia received the update in August. The Samsung Epic for Sprint started receiving the Gingerbread update on November 9, 2011 and the update was released for the Samsung Galaxy S 4G on November 15. As of December 1, 2011, the Samsung Fascinate on Verizon has been updated to Gingerbread 2.3 (Droid-Life).
T-Mobile in the USA made the 2.3 upgrade available on November 15, 2011. Currently this update is only available on T-Mobile's 4G model (SGH-T959V). It's unknown at this time if T-Mobile USA will produce a 2.3 update for its original Samsung Galaxy S (SGH-T959). The SGH-T959V update is available at http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-1810. On January 10, 2012, AT&T provided an update to Gingerbread (2.3.5) to the owners of the Captivate (SGH-I897). The update was possible through a manual update using Kies Mini.
Android 4.0 and later 
An official update to Android 4.0 was never released, as Samsung felt that the Galaxy S did not have enough memory (RAM) to run the TouchWiz interface on top of Android 4.0. In lieu of Android 4.0, Samsung released a "Value Pack" update for the Galaxy S in March 2012 in South Korea, which maintains the 2.3 (Gingerbread) -based operating system, but includes new features from TouchWiz 4.0 (some of which backported from 4.0) such as face unlock, improvements to the launcher, the ability to take still photographs while recording video, and a redesigned photo editor.
However, unaffiliated developers associated with Cyanogenmod produced unofficial updates based on Android 4.1 and 4.2 for the Galaxy S and its variants. These updates are developed from Android Open Source Project code.
In the United States 
- T-Mobile released a version of the phone called the Samsung Vibrant (SGH-T959) on July 15, 2010, making it the third Android 2.x phone officially supported on the T-Mobile network (after the Nexus One and MyTouch 3G Slide). The Vibrant supports Quad-band GSM operations as well as the T-Mobile 3G network in the UMTS Band IV (AWS, 1700/2100) and also in the UMTS Band I (2100) / II (1900) where coverage and service is available (for example, the Vibrant will work with AT&T 3G where that carrier operates services on the 1,900 MHz band). This variant, however, does not operate in 3G in the UMTS Band V (850) because its hardware is not configured for that frequency. It includes 16 GB of internal flash memory, it lacks a front-facing camera and LED flash. The price was $199 with a new, two-year contract, or less through some distributors. T-Mobile also bundled the film Avatar, preloaded onto a microSD card, with the phone. T-Mobile also released the Samsung Galaxy S 4G (SGH-T959V) for their 4G (HSPA+ 21MBPS) network on 23 February 2011, but this time with a built in front-facing camera. T-Mobile bundled the film Inception, preloaded onto a microSD card, with this version of the phone.
- AT&T released a variant of this phone for the United States on July 18, 2010 under the name Samsung Captivate (SGH-I897). It includes 16 GB of internal flash memory, but does not have a front camera, FM radio or LED camera flash. The Samsung Captivate received Gingerbread update 2.3 on January 10, 2012.
- Sprint announced the release of Samsung Epic 4G (SPH-D700) on August 31, 2010. It features a 4G (WiMax) radio, a full QWERTY keyboard and reworked version of Android 2.1, as well as some downgrades from other Galaxy models, such as a reduced functionality version of TouchWiz, and a number of applications removed. This version is 14.2 mm thick. This includes the front camera of the international version and also adds a camera flash and comes bundled with a 16 GB micro SD memory card. It is also the only Galaxy S variant with a hardware notification LED. The Android 2.2.1 update brings the same TouchWiz featured on all Galaxy S devices.
- Verizon released the Samsung Fascinate (SCH-I500), which removes the front camera found in the international version, and adds a camera flash. The Fascinate was made available on September 9, 2010. Its arrival was heralded by some controversy over Verizon's decision to replace the standard Google Search with Microsoft's Bing Search. Verizon later released the Samsung Continuum (SCH-I400) variant which has a smaller 3.4 inch display but adds a small 480×96 "ticker" screen underneath the main screen for showing alerts and messages, activated by a grip sensor. The Continuum was made available November 18, 2010. The Fascinate received the Android 2.2 update on April 21, 2011. On October 13, 2011, Verizon released the Samsung Stratosphere, a Galaxy S phone similar to that of the Samsung Epic 4G, and like the Epic, features a 5-row QWERTY keyboard, a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera which is an improvement over the Epic's VGA resolution camera, a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera with an LED flash, and Android 2.3 codenamed "gingerbread". As of December 1, 2011, the Fascinate has been updated to Gingerbread 2.3 (Droid-Life).
In August 2011, both the Fascinate and Continuum were classified as end-of-life products by Verizon, and while Fascinates can still be purchased at Verizon stores, they are limited to stock on hand, as they have been officially retired.
- US Cellular launched the Samsung Mesmerize on 27 October 2010.
- C Spire Wireless (formerly Cellular South), also in the US, currently offers a Galaxy S model named the Samsung Showcase. It is very similar, if not identical, to the hardware of Verizon's Samsung Fascinate (SCH-I500).
- MetroPCS began to offer the Samsung Galaxy Indulge, which is the first 4G LTE Android smartphone in the U.S., on February 21, 2011. The Indulge shrinks the screen size from 4 inches to 3.5 inches, removes the front facing camera, reduces the camera to 3.2 megapixels, removes the flash,lowers the screen resolution from 800x480 pixels to HVGA 480 x 320 pixels, and adds a keyboard. MetroPCS also bundled the film Iron Man 2 preloaded onto a 4 GB micro sd card with the phone.
In Canada 
- Rogers released their Galaxy S phone under the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate (SGH-I896) name. It is identical to the Samsung Captivate on AT&T Mobility with minor changes to things like GPS functionality, and it ships with Rogers branding.
- Bell, Virgin Mobile and SaskTel released their Galaxy S phone under the Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant (GT-I9000M) name. This Galaxy S phone is very similar to the international GT-I9000 with 16 GB of flash memory, a front facing camera and a six-axis sensor which combines the accelerometer and gyroscope.
- Telus released their Galaxy S phone under the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 3G+ (SGH-T959D) name. The Telus Galaxy S Fascinate is the very similar to the T-Mobile USA Galaxy S Vibrant (SGH-T959), however it only supports 850/1900/2100 MHz 3G networks and has minor software differences. It shares no direct relation to the Verizon Wireless Galaxy S Fascinate as there are major hardware differences.
- Telus also released the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 4G (SGH-T959P) in May 2011. This is an upgraded version of the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 3G+. It supports 4G HSPA+ Networks and adds a front facing camera.
- Wind Mobile released the Samsung Galaxy S 4G (SGH-T959W) for their HSPA+ network on March 15, 2012. Mobilicity later launched this device on April 2, 2012 with much lower off-contract pricing than WIND.
In India 
Samsung released the Galaxy S I9000 in June 2010 in India and became the highest selling smartphone in the Indian market in the year 2010.
In Mexico 
- Telcel released the Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000T model on October 2010, available exclusively to its customers.
In Australia 
- Telstra released the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000T model, available exclusively to its customers in the local market. Its form factor is identical to the GT-I9000 (As used by all other Australian carriers and retailers) but with support for 850 MHz 3G instead of 900 MHz 3G. The GT-I9000T supports 850/1900/2100 MHz 3G.
In Brazil 
- In Brazil there is only one model of the Galaxy S, known as GT-I9000B, based on the GT-I9000 base model, but with the addition of an ISDB-T 1seg tuner for digital television. They are manufactured locally by Samsung, to take advantage of tax cuts associated with the local production. It is possible to record ISDB-T 1seg broadcasts to a memory card for playback later, and take screenshots of the programs. The tuner also supports features like a programming guide and Closed Caption. This model is also available in the rest of Latin American countries.
In South Korea 
- There are two variants of the Galaxy S in South Korea. As well as Galaxy S (SHW-M110S) exclusively for SK Telecom subscribers, "Galaxy U (SHW-M130L)" (which is slightly smaller and has AMOLED Plus instead of Super AMOLED) for LG U+ and "Galaxy K (SHW-M130K)" for KT are also available. All the South Korean variants have T-DMB tuner, and are sold under "Anycall" branding.
In China 
There are three Galaxy S variants available in China:
- China Telecom offers a CDMA2000 variant SCH-I909 which supports both CDMA and GSM networks
- China Mobile has a TD-SCDMA variant GT-I9008 which supports the CMMB mobile television service and runs the OPhone 2.0 platform
- China Unicom has a WCDMA version GT-I9088 and shares the same design as AT&T's Captivate
In Japan 
- NTT Docomo carries the SC-02B, an apparent variant of the GT-I9000, but without a front-facing camera.
In Angola 
In December 2010, Movicel launched Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 as well as Samsung Galaxy SL I9003.
In a lawsuit filed on April 15, 2011, Apple accused Samsung of committing patent and trademark infringement with its Galaxy line of mobile products. That includes the Galaxy S smartphone and the Galaxy Tab tablet.
See also 
- List of Android devices
- Android (operating system)
- Samsung Galaxy S series
- Samsung Galaxy Tab
- Samsung Infuse 4G
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