Cellular South Getting Some Galaxy S Love Too!

Cellular South and Samsung announced today that Cellular South will be carrying the Galaxy S superphone. This now means that 6 (count ‘em, 6) American carriers will sell the Galaxy S. Hooray for American consumers!

In case you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t heard of the Galaxy S, it’s a 1Ghz Hummingbird processor phone with a 4” Super AMOLED display, Android 2.1 (although Samsung has promised that all Galaxy S phones will receive 2.2), and a 5.0 megapixel camera with auto-focus and 720p HD video capture.

This announcement is sure to bring more business to Cellular South, as they currently only have 1 other Android device that’s available for purchase: the HTC Hero, but, CS does have plans for more Android devices. A quick glance at their site, and one can find their lineup of currently in stock and planned Android phones.

These include: HTC Hero (as mentioned before), Motorola Milestone, HTC Desire, and more unidentified Android phones that are “coming soon”. The Galaxy S will most definitely brighten up their current lineup for many customers.

Any Cellular South customers plan on getting the Galaxy S? Let us know in the comments!

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10 Comments

  1. eka
    July 11, 16:11 Reply

    wooow.. it's cool.. thanks for info

  2. Nightly Business Report
    October 12, 08:44 Reply

    Its a really good phone and I hope it is liked by everyone and its takes a big market share due to his technology……..

  3. Mykalai Kontilai
    October 14, 14:06 Reply

    the Android handset will be able to utilize Sprint’s 4G network for faster browsing and mobile hotspot functionality. its great

  4. Italy Tours
    October 18, 07:51 Reply

    CS does have plans for more Android devices….that’s not a good news.

  5. Mykalai Kontilai
    October 19, 07:46 Reply

    YES!! I will get it! I need some thing just nice to fix my pocket or my bagpack (small size) and just big enough for reading and doing planing.

  6. Buy Me Private
    November 07, 11:57 Reply

    As anxious as I am to get the update, 2 months behind a major company like Sprint isn’t all that bad. As long as they don’t keep pushing it back and it actually releases. I’m glad they are fixing MMS, the Hero has been capable of it, it just required to be rooted and have a sprint based rom installed.

  7. Up Start Interactive
    November 30, 01:59 Reply

    Wow this device is slick, is it a wimax enabled? I cant wait to get my hands on one of these phone so I can run callarc voip application on it for free international calls.

  8. Harry Direen
    December 03, 07:47 Reply

    Samsung is ready to take off with their Samsung Galaxy S series which of course runs Android 2.1. Thanks for sharing with us…

  9. Jeff Stubbe
    January 17, 05:18 Reply

    Well Motorola Milestone coming to Cellular South? Cellular South was the first regional carrier..Thanks

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