Samsung BCH-i899 Headed for China
Another Android-based device from Samsung, the i899, has surfaced online (translated). While it’s not gonna knock anybody’s socks off with cutting edge technology, it still offers a little more than the current staple of Android handsets. For starters, it has the 800MHz processor commonly found in newer Samsung handsets. Further, it supports DivX/Xvid formats and CDMA2000 EVDO Rev. A.
Other specs include a 3.2-inch AMOLED HVGA (320Ã—480) resistive touchscreen display, a 3.2MP auto focus camera with LED flash, 512MB memory and microSD card slot for up to 32GB.Â The1440 mAh battery is certainly welcomed by those with busier Android lifestyles.
Source: Samsung Hub
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