Bouygues Telecom, France’s third largest mobile carrier, will launch the Samsung Galaxy i7500 next week, on July 16.
Bouygues will thus become the third French operator to offer an Android smartphone, after Orange (selling the HTC Dream) and SFR (selling the HTC Magic).
The Galaxy i7500 – Samsung’s first Android handset – will be available from Bouygues for as low as €99 ($139) with a 2-yr contract agreement.
Apart from the already-known features (320 x 480 pixels AMOLED display, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and so on), Bouygues Telecom’s Samsung Galaxy i7500 will also come with access to a Mobile TV portal.
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