Samsung Galaxy Spica now comes upgraded with Android 2.1; available this month onwards

March 22, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s Galaxy Spica smartphone will bring in an added amount of smartness with Android 2 powering the handset.  The company has upgraded the popular smartphone in a bid to offer an added range of user friendliness and mobile experience.  The Android 2.1 Samsung Galaxy Spica, in short, comes spruced up with a wide range of new features.  Are you picking yours?

The new upgraded Galaxy Spica, a.k.a  I5700, smartphone is being dubbed as a highly intuitive communications device that offers you ways to personalize at least nine side-scrolling screens. That feature itself makes you go for it, doesn’t it?  We just hope to lay our hands on one of those devices and we would want to get crazy with all those personalization options.

Additional features that come along with the Android 2.1 Galaxy Spica include Samsung widgets, Visual bookmark and PC Sync support that would enable you to synchronize  your handset as and when you want it.  The upgraded version also comes with augmented reality technology that displays real-time digital information of your surroundings over the view-finder of the Galaxy Spica’s 3 megapixel camera. That’s cool, we think. A slew of multimedia features would enable you go for it  as it hold promise as an ultimate personal entertainment device.

If you have a Galaxy Spica, you may well go for the upgrade starting this month. All you need to do is get the stuff via PC Studio 7. If you are in Germany, you will get the upgrade first, and other European markets, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Asia, Africa  and the remaining ones would subsequently get to go Android 2.1 on a Galaxy Spica. We are just waiting for it to land on our shores.

(Via Fareastgizmos)

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