Thursday, August 25, 2011

Samsung I7500 Photos

A second video demo of the Samsung I7500 Android smartphone has emerged, this time the handiwork of Tech65. As we saw in the first video, it’s the AMOLED touchscreen that really makes the I7500 stand out at 3.2-inches and 320 x 480 resolution it’s the same size and pixel count as on the HTC Magic and T-Mobile G1, but we’re hoping for better overall runtime along with the brighter colors.

There’s also quadband GSM, triband 7.2Mbps HSDPA (900/1700/2100), WiFi b/g and GPS, as well as Bluetooth and a 5-megapixel camera. Internal memory tops out at 8GB, with a microSD card slot for adding up to an extra 32GB. We’re also pleased to see a standard 3.5mm headphone socket, something HTC could well look at copying with their own Android phones.

New Samsung i7500 on Sale in Germany: Recently, the Samsung i7500 cell phone officially put on sale in Germany, and with the O2 of the contract price of 69.99 euros, i7500 is Samsung’s first Android phone, it built a number of Google applications.

Samsung Cell Phones – New Samsung i7500 Cell Phone Pictures

Samsung i7500 is equipped with a 3.2 inches HVGA (320 × 480 pixels) AMOLED screen, built-in 5 megapixels camera and 8GB memory, support for HSDPA high-speed data transmission.

The Samsung i7500 Galaxy Android phone is now on sale in the UK exclusively on the O2 network. It’s expected that O2 will have this exclusivity for four weeks and then it should be available to other resellers. The phone is already on sale from O2 stores and online costing £45 plus an 18 month contract.

The android phone comes with 3.2 inch AMOLED display, WiFi, GPS, 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus, HSDPA/EDGE/GPRS, Bluetooth 2.0, MicroUSB, 8GB storage and microSD expansion and 3.5mm jack.We’re still unclear about release dates for the Samsung I7500, but the device in this video is looking pretty complete. The Android platform desperately needs more choice in handsets, so we’re eagerly waiting the I7500’s launch.

It started as a rumor and it got confirmed faster than we could have imagined. The Samsung I7500 we have shown you yesterday is the first Samsung Android phone. And we have some hands-on photos to delight our imagination with. We can get a general idea about size and shape and all we need now is clear launch dates. At this point the first question that comes to mind is what would you choose? HTC Magic or Samsung I7500?

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