More details about Samsung I5700 Spica, previously known as Galaxy Lite, leaked online today. The Android-powered smartphone should be announced next month with a price of 350 euro, which is quite higher than what we would consider a budget smartphone price.
As we informed you before, the official name of the Samsung I5700 Galaxy Lite is going to be Spica. It will sport a capacitive touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera, all-round connectivity package (HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth) and a microSD card slot. The CPU is expected to be the same 800 MHz one as in the Omnia II, a lot faster than the original 528 MHz Galaxy processor.
The Spica will run on Android 1.5, but it won't have any UI modifications TouchWiz-style.
The Samsung Spica is rumored to cost 350 euro and should become available some time in November. There is no official announcement and information yet.
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