Samsung Galaxy S Showcase S950C

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Samsung Galaxy S Showcase S950C

The Straight Talk Samsung S950C Galaxy S Prepaid Cell Phone features a bright 4" WVGA Super AMOLED display, Android 2.3 operating system and a virtual keyboard with Swype for fast, easy and intuitive browsing and messaging. It features a 5MP camera with HD recording so you can document your life on the go. Access to Google Play allows you to customize your phone with access to over 400,000 apps.

Straight Talk Samsung S950C Galaxy S Prepaid Cell Phone:
4" WVGA Super AMOLED touchscreen display
Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system
Access to over 400,000 apps via Google Play
5MP camera
Record 720p HD video
3G/WiFi connectivity
Google Mobile services enabled
1GHz processor
Swype
Advanced GPS capabilities
Music player
ThinkFree Office Mobile
Multitasking
Voice Commands
3.5mm headset jack
Threaded SMS, MMS, email and IM
Speech to Text
TouchWiz Lite 3.0
Voicemail
Caller ID, call waiting, 3-way calling
MicroSD card slot for up to 32GB memory cards
Internal phonebook for up to 1,000 entries
Talk time: up to 5.5 h
Standby time: up to 12.5 days

Included Battery    Lithium-ion
Size    4.9 x 2.5 x 0.4
Standby time    Up to 12.5 days
Talk time    Up to 5.5 hours
Weight    4.16 (ounces)


Features:

3G/Wi-Fi Connectivity
5 M Camera/Video Recorder
7 Home Screens
Alarm Clock
Bluetooth
Call Waiting
Caller ID
 

E-Mail
Gingerbread
GPS Enabled
Gravity Sensor/Tilt and Shake
HAC Compatible
Handsfree Speaker
Instant Messaging
MP-3 Player
Multitasking
Text/Picture Messaging
Touch Screen
Voicemail

Included Accessories:

AC Adapter
Battery

Download Samsung SCH-S950C ManualONLY IN SELECTED WALMART STORES

 

 

Comments

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Anyone think this phone will be on Verizon's network like the Proclaim? And what about the release date? Any word on that yet?

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I'm looking for more information as well. I just got the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim for my wife since it runs on Verizon. I want one as well but want to see if the showcase will run on verizon as well

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It may work on it and as far as the date it will be out I am not sure.

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Could you please tell me if your wifes new proclaim is data capable without wifi outside your zipcode? I want to get this phone but if I travel outside my zip example trips to the beach, am I going to be able to use data while I travel? There seems to be an unresolved answer on this. Thanks

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I want to get an android based phone from Straighttalk and even though the Samsung Proclaim seems really nice, the features of this Samsung Showcase are even better. I don't care if it runs on Verizon or ATT, just as long is it's not a Sprint based phone. Does anyone have an official release date or even a general time frame for this phone to be released and available from Straighttalk?

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I have not traveled outside our zip yet with my wife's proclaim BUT I don't see how they would stop access outside your ZIP? That doesn't seem technically possible to me...but I will let you know when we do travel.

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Thanks I don't how they could either, but thats the rumor on here under the proclaim, I too would like to know the answers to your ?'s about the galaxy,(will it be verizon towers and when will it be out?)Thanks again

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OK LG and Samsung are Korean companies. So Nokia is the only European company? And Motorola a US company?

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The Wikipedia article for the Samsung Galaxy S indirectly suggests that this phone will be on Verizon (due to its similarity to a Verizon model): C Spire Wireless (formerly Cellular South), also in the US, currently offers a Galaxy S model named the Samsung Showcase. It is very similar, if not identical, to the hardware of Verizon's Samsung Fascinate (SCH-I500). My take on the "data only in your ZIP" crap is that it's being used as an additional weapon in their arsenal to gain control over those who abuse tethering without just completely cutting off service as they sometimes have up to now (and thereby making it more likely they'll lose the customer). However, like all the other data-related statements they make, they are being deliberately vague about the truth. They're just covering their butts legally speaking by stating the most restrictive possibility so they can say "we told you so" if they ever actually decide to pull that trigger on someone.

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What is your point? The vast majority of electronic items are made in Asia nowadays (thank the money-grubbing "elite" and their bought polititian toys for that. They'll bleed us 99%ers dry and then move on leaving us to clean up the mess they had US make). It's not like South Koreans (where many of these companies are from) are using their profits to support the communist North and anything so insideous.

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