As we said a few weeks ago, the Samsung i5800 / i5801 is, indeed, an Android 2.1 smartphone, and the proof for this comes in the form of a video, which quickly previews the unannounced handset.
The new handset borrows a bit from the design of the Samsung Galaxy A (recently launched in Korea). Its features include Wi-Fi, 3G, 3.5mm headset jack, and MicroSD card support.
The display of Samsung i5800 / i5801 has either 240 x 480, or 320 x 480 pixels, and it could be AMOLED (the video shows it looking way better than the TFT display of the Galaxy Spica i5700).
The Samsung i5800 / i5801 might be officially called Samsung Galaxy 3, but this isn’t confirmed yet. If it’s announced soon enough, it will likely become Samsung’s eighth GSM Android phone.
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