Samsung Android phone to be known as 'Galaxy'

Samsung's first Android mobile phone, the i7500, which we have already noted will be released in Germany during June, has not only been offered a second release territory, France, with an accompanying release date, July, but has now received an official brand name - the Galaxy.

 

New details for the forthcoming handset have also been revealed as the Galaxy will support HSDPA 7.2Mbps / HSUPA 5.76Mbps (900 / 1700/ 2100MHz), EDGE / GPRS (850/ 900/1800/1900) connectivity as well as a large, 1500mAh battery, according to the Phandroid website.

 

Other features include a processor running at 528Mhz via a Qualcomm MEM7200A processor, a high quality, HVGA, AMOLED screen that is famed for offering more intense and contrasting colours (ie: blacks are very black instead of a washed out grey) spanning 3.2in. A built-in camera will be included too running at 5-megapixels,

WiFi, 8GB of internal memory although a microSD slot will be included for expansion plus GPS and Bluetooth.

 

No UK release details were available

 

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