The Samsung I5800 Galaxy 3 was announced a good one month ago and apparently it is almost ready to start shipping across Germany. The Android-running phone is said to hit the German market by the end of this very month.
The recently announced Samsung I5800 Galaxy 3 paid us a short visit a little while ago. The device is based on the Android platform (Android OS v2.1 a.k.a. Eclair) and packs a 3.2" capacitive touchscreen of WQVGA resolution.
Also on board there is a 3.2MP autofocus sharpshooter as well as support for Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 3.0 and HSDPA. The phone features a GPS receiver and a microSD card slot ready to accommodate cards with up to 32GB of inbuilt memory.
The Galaxy 3 (which is a twin bro of the Galaxy Apollo i5801, which is already available in the UK) is among the few Android-powered smartphones with support for DivX/XviD video right out of the box.
The Samsung I5800 Galaxy 3 is said to start selling in Germany before the end of July for an estimated price of 300 euro.
3.2 camera is just sad. I was about to call for one when I saw that it have a low rez camera.
300 pounds for wqvga and 3mp camera or 300 euro for wvga and 5mp camera... hmm... tough choice between Android and Bada...
Dont forget to mention bout the latest video calling camera. What a revolutionary invention!!!!!