It looks like we have another Android phone joining the mix here in the US. Samsung is adding another Android phone to its lineup and hasÂ announcedÂ the Galaxy Spica. Â To many, the Galaxy Spica may sound familiar, because it’s not exactly a new phone; it was launched overseas last year.Â Â The version to launch in the US is going to be a a revamped version of the Galaxy, Samsung’s first android device.
The Galaxy Spica, redesigned for the U.S. market, sports a 3.2-inch HVGA display, an 800-MHz processorÂ Â and a 3-megapixel camera.Â The Galaxy Spica will sport the vanilla Android 1.5 user interface, which might be a good thing if you’re not a fan of Samsung’s sometimes confusing TouchWiz 3D user interface. Samsung also has some other features that will appeal to multimedia junkies, including native DivX support, a standard 3.5-mm headphone jack, and access to all of the Android music and video apps. At this point we do not have any announcements regarding carrier or a price, but when we do we will let you know.
Source: PC World