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Samsung launches Galaxy Spica Android phone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 16 Nov 2009 12:35

Samsung launches Galaxy Spica Android phone Samsung has launched its latest Android phone this week, the Galaxy Spica (I5700), with EU date set but no such luck for American users.
The Spica has a 3.2-inch touch screen with 320x480 resolution, a 3.2MP camera and an 800MHz processor, much faster than the Spica's predecessor, the Galaxy (I7500).

Notably, the Spica is the first phone with full DivX support, and the microSD slot can hold up to 32GB of memory.

Strangely, the Spica will launch with Android 1.6 (Donut) and not 2.0 (eclair), which includes the free Google Navigation turn-by-turn GPS.

The phone is GSM-based but it is unclear whether it will be headed to AT&T or T-Mobile when it eventually hits the U.S.

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