Jul 1st, 2010

This bit of news was actually announced at the Samsung Galaxy S event earlier this week, but for whatever reason most sources glossed it over. Along with regional carrier US Ceullular, Cellular South will be getting its very own Galaxy S come the fall. We spoke to a Samsung rep at Tuesday’s launch party, and when we asked if the version headed to Cellular South and US Cellular would in fact be the full-blown international version of the handset, it was revealed that the design for the Galaxy S on both regional carriers was not finalized.


Whether this means they will get truly unique phones in line with what the other major carriers are seeing or one of the models currently announced as the Vibrant, Fascinate, Epic 4G, and Captivate isn’t clear. There very well could be a chance that the phone that hits Cellular South and US Cellular will indeed be the international version and that Samsung merely didn’t want to jump the gun on announcing that. The device is currently hidden under a veil on Cellular South’s Android phones page.

More great Android phones are hitting more and more carriers large and small alike, and Cellular South subscribers have a lineup to choose from that is quickly growing to host some of the best Android sets on the market. Decisions, Decisions.

[via Cellular South, thanks to elijahblake for the heads up!]

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