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October 5, 2010

DOCOMO unveils Japanese market version of Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab

Feature Android 2.2 operating system

By CBR Staff Writer

NTT Docomo has unveiled its Japanese market versions of Samsung Electronics’s Galaxy S smartphone and Galaxy Tab smart media device, which are powered by the Android 2.2 operating system.

The Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab support Docomo’s new e-book service, which will be launched on a trial basis in late October, as well as the sp-mode service that allows Docomo users to access i-mode mail accounts with their smartphones.

NTT Docomo said that the Galaxy S features a 4-inch, Super Amoled screen and supports Flash for PC-like access to diverse Web content.

The Galaxy Tab model feature a 7-inch screen that allows full Flash-compatible browsing and displays images in PC-quality 600 x 1,024 -pixel resolution.

The Docomo Smartphone Galaxy S is scheduled to launch in late October and the Docomo Smartphone Galaxy Tab in late November.

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