For questions truly specific to the "Samsung Galaxy SL" (GT-I9003, aka "Samsung Galaxy S LCD", "Samsung Galaxy S Super Clear LCD", and "Samsung Galaxy SCL").
The "Samsung Galaxy SL" (GT-I9003), also known as "Samsung Galaxy S LCD", "Samsung Galaxy S Super Clear LCD", or "Samsung Galaxy SCL" is an Android smartphone designed and manufactured by Samsung Electronics that was released in February 2011. This is a variant of the original Samsung Galaxy S, which replaces some of its original features for users with lower budgets.
The Samsung Galaxy SL GT-I9003 is a variant of the original Samsung Galaxy S, which replaces the Super AMOLED screen for a SuperClear LCD touch screen, protected by Gorilla Glass. It also has a battery with greater capacity, increased thickness (10.59mm, instead of the original Galaxy S 9.9mm) and a 1GHz TI OMAP processor instead of Samsung's Hummingbird. The other features remain the same.