Samsung has just unveiled that its Galaxy Spica i5700 Android smartphone is now available in Europe and CIS, and will soon reach the Middle East and Asia. The announcement comes not long after the i5700 was officially presented in Russia.
The features of Galaxy Spica include a 3.2 inch HVGA touchscreen display, HSDPA connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, Google mobile services, an 800 MHz processor, DNSe 2.0, 3.5mm headset jack, a 3.2MP camera, MicroSD card support and a 1500 mAh battery. Moreover, Samsung i5700 is the first Android smartphone to support DivX.
Samsung didn’t say how much the Galaxy Spica i5700 costs, but we previously heard that its price is of around €320 ($479).
Another new Samsung product announced today is the Samsung Go, a netbook that will be available via AT&T starting November 22 – at about the same time with the Nokia Booklet 3G.
The Samsung Go features Microsoft Windows 7 Starter Edition, 3G, a scratch-resistant display, Intel Atom processor and a battery that can last up to 4 hours. No word yet on the price of AT&T’s new netbook.
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