When did the Samsung Galaxy S come out?

How old is the Samsung Galaxy S? Should I hold off for the Samsung Galaxy S II?

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JanSt / MOD  Apr. 1, 2011 at 07:20

The Samsung Galaxy S was released in JUNE 2010.
Should you hold off? Depends on your budget, how soon you want a phone, and id if you have to buy a Samsung? But since you ask, yes, wait.

CTPAHHIK  Apr. 1, 2011 at 11:50

I would not bother with Samsung Galaxy S right now, unless you can get it really cheap and brand new, which would be in 200-250 range.

I was contemplating getting it in September last year and it was 350 from O2 without contract. It has multiple hardware issues most important of which is WiFi. Samsung is trying too hard to deliver latest technology without getting it tested properly. There won't be any fixes for old galaxy and you only hope of getting decent Samsung phone is Galaxy II.

JanSt / MOD  Apr. 1, 2011 at 13:43

Inclined to agree with CTPAHHik.
I wasn't impressed with the Samsung Galaxy S in terms of hardware, and software wise it was no good for a high end device. And Samsung are really not reliable when it come to software fixes and updates - something Android relies on heavily.

SouthernBoy  Oct. 31, 2013 at 17:21

I've had a Galaxy S since Dec. 2010...and it still works just fine. If you want a PC, buy a PC. If your looking for a " phone " that also allows you to " play " online, it's just a matter of how much money your willing to plunk down on it.

loveashley  Dec. 5, 2013 at 13:48

I would have to agree with SouthernBoy. Samsung Galaxy is the best. especially the types there are. There are now five different now. I love my Samsung Galaxy.

Elianny  Jul. 8, 2014 at 18:04

@loveashley, to me samsung doesn't just match, i would prefer the iPhone not only did it come out before samsung but also has more than 10 different kinds of iPhones not only that but also the iPads and iPods which i can't even name how many different ones were made.


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