While everyone else in the world has been playing around with their Galaxy S on their respective carrier, Samsung's South Korea has gotten its own version of the Galaxy S. The phone is called the Galaxy K, a phone with similar features as its counterpart in the USA.
The main difference is that this phone will be the first to come shipped with Android 2.2. It will run with Flash 10.1 on the 3.7-inch AMOLED plus screen along with a 1 GHz CPU. It will also come with 8GB of internal memory and bluetooth and wifi. The phone comes in white and black and will sell for about 800,000 won on South Korea's KT.