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Samsung announces availability of GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 in Singapore

Want a smartphone but do not wish to get involved with costly 3G mobile data plans? Don't worry, there is a smartphone for that, and it comes in the form of Samsung's new GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 smartphone, which has just been recently released in Singapore. According to Samsung, the new smartphone will allow users to enjoy what it claims is an “unrivalled entertainment experience” thanks to the variety of features it comes bundled with.

Mobile broadband connectivity may be ubiquitous in many parts of the the world today, but it does not change the fact that there will be users who will prefer to retain their existing non-data plan for various personal reasons, even as they make the migration from a low-end feature phone to a smartphone. And the good news for such users is that Samsung has announced the release of its new WiFi-only smartphone, the GALAXY S WiFi 4.0.

According to Samsung, the new GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 will feature specifications that are similar to the 'Super Clear' variant of its GALAXY S smartphones. This means that users of a GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 will get to enjoy features such as a 1GHz processor and a four-inch WVGA Super Clear LCD screen which boasts a native resolution of 800 s 480, as well as support for 720p video playback and access to Samsung Social Hub. However, unlike the original GALAXY S, the new WiFi 4.0 variant will sport 8GB of internal flash memory instead of the 3GB found in the former, thus allowing users to store more data in the new GALAXY S WiFi 4.0's internal memory before resorting to the use of microSD cards.In addition, the GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 will also be preloaded with version 2.2.2 of the Android operating system.

The new Samsung GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 is now available for sale at all Samsung retail stores at the suggested retail price of S$328, inclusive of GST.

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