Samsung Galaxy S2 released in Korea, Galaxy Tab 10.1v in Portugal

samsung galaxy s IISamsung’s latest Android flagship devices have started invading different countries and today South Korea became the first country see the official launch of Galaxy S2. Korean telecom operator KT today released the device in Samsung’s home country.

The KT version of SGS2 comes with NFC hardware along with compatible apps as well. UK is going to be the next country to get the Galaxy S II goodness on April 27.

Coming to the Honeycomb tablet 10.1v, which got ditched by Samsung itself after the thinner version came into itself, but company has indeed started releasing in some countries until the thinner counterpart hits the stores. Galaxy Tab 10.1v will reach the stores Vodafone Portugal stores tomorrow. Telecom operator is selling it at €589.90($860).


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5 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S2 released in Korea, Galaxy Tab 10.1v in Portugal

    Abiram

    (April 26, 2011 - 3:20 pm)

    Samsung India Sucks!!!

    Abiram

    (April 26, 2011 - 3:20 pm)

    It might be released in 2012 or 13 in India with SLCD screen at a price of 1Lakh INR.. lol

    raj

    (April 26, 2011 - 1:02 pm)

    what abt india release?

    konie

    (April 26, 2011 - 8:27 am)

    what about in Singapore?…i am so long hungrily waiting for this

    vivek

    (April 26, 2011 - 12:10 am)

    wat abt india release date ?

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