After showing up at this year's IFA a month ago, the Froyo-driven Samsung I5510 (a.k.a. Galaxy 551) has just been officially announced. The thing seems like a QWERTY-fied version of the Galaxy I5800 Galaxy 3 and its twin, the I5801 Galaxy Apollo.
The Samsung I5510 Galaxy 551 was first spotted over at the Vodafone booth during the IFA 2010. Most of its features were reveled back then but we're certainly happy to see the little fella once again.
The Galaxy 551 comes with a side-slide hardware QWERTY keyboard, a 3.2" capacitive touchscreen of WQVGA resolution (240 x 400 pixels) and runs the Android 2.2 a.k.a. Froyo with the Touch Wiz 3.0 on top of it.
The other noteworthy I5510 features include the built-in 3MP autofocus sharpshooter, the support for DivX video files and the impressive package of connectivity options (HSPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, microSD card slot).
The only downside of the Samsung I5510 Galaxy 551 (save for the low screen resolution) is its introductory price of 389 euro. The Froyo-serving smartphone should hit the European market this November.
Where can i buy it here in the philippines? really want the phone..
I bought this phone in january 2011, after that it has been fallen from my home's stairs , many a times fallen on road when i use to come out from my car ...... but nothing happened to this phone . Its really an awesome piece.you can use it in any ...
Look at its all features that it has(specially on internet), and compare it with any other mobile having the same features or better features than this 551.