Samsung Galaxy Spica Android Phone to Launch in US
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
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