Available in Europe since November 2009, the Galaxy Spica i5700 is an Android smartphone that resembles the Galaxy i7500.
Powered by an 800MHz processor, Samsung Galaxy Spica features a 3.2 inches HVGA touchscreen display, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, lots of Google services, access to popular social networking websites (MySpace, Facebook), 3.5mm headset jack, DNSe 2.0, 3.2MP autofocus camera, and 180MB of internal memory.
Announced in August 2009, Samsung Corby is an affordable touchscreen phone that features a 2.8 inch QVGA display, Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, social networking integration, 2MP camera and 50MB of internal memory.
And finally, the Samsung CorbyPro is similar to the Corby, but comes woth more features, including HSDPA, Wi-Fi, a 3MP camera and a sliding QWERTY keyboard.
Unfortunately, Samsung says nothing about the availability of Corby, CorbyPro and Galaxy Spica in the US, so it might showcase them, but not sell them in the States.
Via Press release
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