Samsung Galaxy Spica (i5700) Gets Android 2.1 Upgrade, Promises New Functionality and Unrivalled User Experience

March 17, 2010, By Alex Ion

Samsung Galaxy Spica users should be happy to know that their handset is now ready to get an Android 2.1 upgrade. In a press release today, Samsung have officially announced that their Galaxy Spica i5700 handset will now open new doors to functionality and astounding user experience thanks to Google’s latest mobile OS version.

The upgrade will be available through the company’s unique in-house software upgrade program, PC Studio 7, and will bring “seamless connectivity and access to GoogleTM mobile services, multimedia functionality and speedy processor performance.”

So what exactly does Android 2.1 mean for the new Samsung Galaxy Spica? First of all, the user experience is supposedly better, as the handset now allows you to customize 9 side-scrolling screens and comes with augmented reality technology that helps it display real-time digital information of your surroundings.

Second of all the i5700 is claiming to be the personal entertainment device you’ve been dreaming on, as it brings enhanced multimedia and messaging functionality. The media browser allows you to browse through your collection, the upgraded camera now offers better picture options, while messaging is now easier than ever allowing you to attach files to MMS and email directly.

The Android 2.1 upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy Spica will be availablethis month in Germany, with the rest of Europea, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Asia, Africa and rest of the world, getting it soon after.

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