Samsung’s new Android on O2 – Samsung Galaxy i7500 Phone
Following the launch of the first Samsung phone to feature the Android OS, the Samsung Galaxy also known as the i7500 on Orange deals, this fantastic new handset can now be connected to a range of O2 pay monthly tariffs.
This latest network launch for the Galaxy means that consumers buying the i7500 Galaxy now have double the number of contract deals to choose from including some exciting free gift options.
Originally released on Orange earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy has been filling the mobile phone forums and sent the blogging nation wild as it is officially the first phone from Samsung to feature the Google Andoid operating System.
Not content with being the thinnest full touch screen Android phone on the market, the Galaxy is a gorgeous piece of chic kit too. The massive 3.2inch AMOLED touch screen provides bright and crystal clear images allowing you to easily navigate the phone’s uber friendly user interface.
The web is at the heart of all Google’s products so a fast internet connection is essential to get the best out of this new Samsung phone. The Galaxy is well catered for offering 3.5G HSDPA Mobile Broadband download speeds at up to 7.2Mbps, alongside HSUPA for high speed uploads at up to 5.76Mbps. WiFi is supported as well as A2DP Bluetooth for stereo wireless audio streaming.
The Samsung i7500 Galaxy comes with 8GB of memory pre-installed whilst a 32GB MicroSD memory card can be added to store more photos, music and video. The Galaxy’s well featured media player supports a wide range of file types and the inclusion of a high quality 5MP camera complete with autofocus, LED flash plus GPS receiver allowing you to geo-tag your photos makes the I7500 Galaxy a remarkable first entry into the Android OS market for Samsung!
The main rivals to the Samsung Galaxy include the HTC Hero & G2 Touch plus the forthcoming HTC Touch2.
Although now available on two network operators the Samsung Galaxy is expected to be launched on further networks over the coming weeks.
The Samsung Galaxy is joined by the Samsung Omnia 2/a> from the manufacturers line-up for 2009.
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