Samsung Galaxy U and K Heading for South Korea

It seems that everyone wants a piece of the Samsung Galaxy S range of smartphones. Already over in the United States all four major carriers sport their particular version of the Samsung Galaxy S such as the Captivate for AT&T, Fascinate for Verizon and so on.

Well now according to an article over on Engadget Mobile by Chris Ziegler, and by way of the guys over at the Samsung Hub, a couple of top carriers in South Korea wish to join SK Telecom in offering their own version of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone.

Thus the word is South Korea’s KT and LG U+ will both be gaining their own versions of the device with the Samsung Galaxy U for LG U+ and Samsung Galaxy K for KT, presumably named after the names of the carriers.

However word has it both devices will be slightly smaller than the Galaxy S and also the devices should go on sale with LG U+ this month while KT gets the Samsung Galaxy K in September, no word on any price yet though.


One thought on “Samsung Galaxy U and K Heading for South Korea”

  1. walteratkins says:

    For everyone who is about to unlock:- My cousin was about to hard lock his Nokia X3 by trying with wrong codes recently. We talked to our carriers first but they had certain conditions to give one that was not met by us. They warned not to go for free codes.

    Later came across several forums and free codes, in fact fake codes S@#$S.. And finally gave a chance by spending just 9.8$. Thank god and for them who helped us with suggestions. Beware of "free fake" codes anyways. Now before choosing one, compare the prices b/w couple of providers and pick the best. If possible bargain ;). Let me help you referring some