We still don’t know if the Samsung i5700 will be called Spica or Galaxy Lite, but one thing’s certain: this Android smartphone is really close to being officially announced.
A new video preview of the Samsung i5700 has just appeared over at the ai.rs blog, this time showing the black version of the handset.
It’s said that the features of Samsung i5700 are similar to the ones of Samsung Galaxy i7500, save for the fact that the unannounced phone has a 3.2MP flash-less camera and, apparently, only 100MB of internal memory.
Well, here’s the new video:
If Samsung introduces the i5700 Spica / Galaxy Lite this year, the smartphone will probably come with Android 1.6 on board – like the Acer Liquid A1.
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