It almost seems like some sort of joke that it’s taken someone this long to launch a high-end Android phone without the phone to compete with the iPod Touch, but at least it’s finally happened.
Available outside the US beginning in Russia, Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy S Wifi 4.0 and 5.0. Featuring 4 and 5-inch screens respectively, both versions of the Galaxy S WiFi are essentially Galaxy S phones that don’t have calling capabilities. They still have the Android Market for apps, and both devices come with Android 2.2, Froyo, “with a possibility to upgrade to 2.3 Gingerbread.” There’s also the same 1GHz processor the Galaxy S was so well known for, and up to 16GB+ expandable memory.
When the Galaxy S WiFi makes its way to the US, will you be buying?
Via Android and Me