Samsung's hot new superphone, the Galaxy S, is one of the more anticipated phones that will be released this year, and if recent news is to be believed, most people will get their chance to handle the device soon. Korea IT Times is reporting that Samsung is planning to release the Galaxy S in 110 countries at the same time, which seems like a tremendous undertaking. Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam recently said that the Droid Incredible shortages are happening partially because of a shortage of displays that are made by Samsung, so hopefully they're stockpiling those Super AMOLED screens for the Galaxy S. Samsung has already made plans to release the device in other countries starting with Asia this month, but there aren't concrete plans for a U.S. release quite yet. Do you think a simultaneous launch in 110 countries is something that Samsung can achieve? Share your opinion with us!
Via Korea IT Times