Bouygues Télécom, France’s third largest mobile operator, is getting ready to launch two unannounced Android smartphones: Samsung Galaxy Lite i5700 and HTC Click – the latter being called HTC Tatoo by the French carrier.
We’ve heard about the Galaxy Lite before, but we didn’t see any picture of it. Well, FrAndroid apparently has one.
Coming as Samsung’s second Android smartphone (after the Galaxy i7500), Galaxy Lite i5700 doesn’t seem to have an Android Home button:
Anyway, the handset’s features should include 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS and Google software.
As for the HTC Tatoo (aka Click), this comes with 3G, GPS, mobile TV, and a 3MP camera.
FrAndroid has it that Bouygues Télécom should launch the HTC Tatoo this month, and the Samsung Galaxy Lite i5700 in October. Pricing details are currently missing.
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