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Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S, a new Android handset, at the CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The smartphone has a 4-inch Super Amoled touchscreen with a resolution of 800x480 pixels. This type of screen is much brighter and more suitable for outdoor use than the standard LCD screen found on most handsets.
According to Samsung, the screen uses the mobile Digital Natural Image engine (mDNIe) also found in the company's LCD and LED television sets.
Samsung said the Galaxy S — which runs Android 2.1 on a 1GHz application processor — will be available in Europe "soon", and no UK pricing has been given.