Samsung unveils second Android smartphone Galaxy Spica in Russia

October 26, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has lifted the wraps off its second Android phone named Galaxy Spica in Russia. Fabulously designed, the Galaxy Spica has its front panel adorned with bright red hues which makes it so luring. The red-and-black combination of the panel and cabinet is sure to make you go for it. However, you will be able to lay your hands on it only if you are in Russia as the device has been launched in that country by Samsung Russia.


Samsung has said that the smartphone comes with a 3.2-inch display, 800MHz processor and 128MB of memory. These apart, the quadband GSM and dualband 900/2100 UMTS/HSPA features make it a complete set. To arrive in Samsung stores in Russia by November 2009, the Galaxy Spica is being priced at Roubles 14,000, which translates into $484.

The new Galaxy Spica is a spruced up successor to the Galaxy I7500. The Android smartphone will feature A-GPS, a digital compass, 1,500mAh battery and a microSD card slot. It is also expected that Samsung would include WiFi, Bluetooth, a 3.2-megapixel camera and 1GB of onboard storage for media and files. Longer battery life has been ensured with a powerful 1 500 mAh. Extra data storage is possible with the Memory Card microSD (up to 32GB) .

Further, the company has, in a press release stated that, the Galaxy Spica has the capability to update data services such as Google-mail, calendar, documents and the like in no time just with the touch of your fingers. Looks luring, but it is yet to be known whether Samsung would bring the model to other European markets.

(via Slashgear)

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