Average Samsung Phone Coming To Rogers
If the Samsung Galaxy Spica were the new kid in school, he/she would get made fun of for his/her out of date clothing and boring personality. While there has been much phone release news in the past few weeks, the Samsung Galaxy Spica is nothing to get excited about. As a community of highly informed Android owners we always want the latest phones with the best features, and therefore there isn’t a much of a chance that this phone will be making our wish list. On the others side of things this phone could be a great entry level phone for new comers to Android. It’s technical specifications are as follows:
- Android OS 1.5
- 3.2-inch touchscreen display
- 320 x 480 pixels
- 3.2 megapixel camera + video
- 800MHz processor
- 3.5mm headset jack
- WiFi + A-GPS
- holds up to 32GB with a microSD
- 1500 mAh lithium-ion battery
The phone will ship with a 3 year agreement price of $79.99 and an outright cost of $449.99. A release date is not yet known.
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