Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700 Android smartphone officially rolls out

November 16, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


Galaxy Spica i5700, the latest Android-powered smartphone from the Samsung stables, has been officially rolled out.  Available now in Europe and the CIS, Samsung will soon take it to the MEA region too.

Offering unlimited connectivity, the Galaxy Spica is a powerful performer thanks to the 800 MHZ application processor that Samsung has incorporated into the phone. The new handset promises easy and smooth access to Google mobile services and easy connection to popular social networking sites, the phone maker has said. The phone also supports the full suite of Google services, including Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk and what not. Packaged as a slim and compact smartphone of just 13.2 mm thickness, the Galaxy Spica has all in it to attract applause.

In fact, the new smartphone has been lined up by Samsung as a perfect fit for users who look to enjoy a powerful and fast mobile experience. This has in effect been made possible by the phone company by offering a top-of-the-line multimedia experience. The Galaxy Spica supports DivX thereby doing away with file format conversion hassles all through. Exceptional sound quality takes the cake, thanks to DNSe 2.0 and the 3.5 mm ear jack. The multimedia feature set hat comes as part of the pack is awesome, indeed.

Yet another feature users would applaud is the long battery life, provided by the 1500mAh set. You can run all applications and multimedia content, and yet stay live for hours together.

(Via NewsWire)

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