Samsung has finally unveiled the Galaxy Spica i5700 mobile phone for the European market and, in related news, has also announced a new netbook that will be released about the same time as Nokia's Booklet 3G.
The Galaxy Spica arrives with a 3.2in touchscreen of HVGA resolution plus fast data transfer via HSDPA connectivity. Wi-Fi is included for the wireless connection to the Internet and GPS is supported for location finding. Google mobile services, an 800 MHz processor and DNSe 2.0 are also included plus a 3.5mm headphone socket for music fans. A camera is built in, rated at a reasonable 3.2MP camera. Internal memory can be upgraded via the included microSD card support. The phone is finished off with a 1500 mAh battery.
Notably, the Samsung i5700 is the first Android smartphone to support DivX. It will cost around €320.
The Samsung Go netbook will include Windows 7 Starter Edition, 3G support and a scratch resistant display. No price or distribution details were available.
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