Samsung has just unveiled its new Android smartphone, Galaxy Spica, also dubbed I5700. This device comes with support for Google’s mobile services and social networking features, that allow it to access sites like Facebook and MySpace.


Galaxy Spica uses an 800 MHz application processor, it’s able to download apps from the Android Market and you should know that the handset handles multimedia pretty neatly, as well. The new Samsung Android phone supports DivX, plus it’s equipped with DNSe 2.0, for a great audio experience and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Its battery is a 1500 mAh unit and the device is pretty compact and slim, with a waistline of only 13.2mm. Finally, we learn that Galaxy Spica provides supports for the full Google services suite (Maps, Gmail, Google Talk, YouTube, Search) and the phone is available right now in Europe.

[via newswire]

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