Samsung Galaxy S GPS Problem: Fix being tested

By Peter Chubb - Aug 16, 2010

Samsung Galaxy S users have been experiencing a few issues with the GPS; thankfully a fix for this problem will be ready in September. Carla Saaverda released a statement via Twitter stating that a GPS version is in now in testing, and hopes that it will be available on time.

According to SoftSailer the upgrade will be made available on three versions of the Galaxy S; there is no need to offer an upgrade to the Epic 4G as Sprint has yet to release the smartphone. The Captivate, Moment and Vibrant will all receive an optimization upgrade.

The Epic 4G will be released on August 31st, but pre-orders have already started and are expected to be the best from the Galaxy S range. The handset comes with a 4-inch display like the other three, but offers so much more – such as full 4G and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

The price of the Samsung Epic 4G is a little dearer than the Captivate, Moment and Vibrant, but remember that you are getting more phone for your buck.

Which of the four Galaxy S handsets will you choose?

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