Saturday, January 23, 2010

Samsung I7500 Galaxy Android Phone

Samsung I7500 Galaxy Android PhoneWith a large 3.2 inch OLED touchscreen display, WLAN, HSDPA, GPS navigation and high-performance hardware need not hide the Samsung - Mobile Phone I7500 Galaxy ahead of the competition.

The new generation of Android phones, including the Samsung I7500 Galaxy and the HTC Hero, again seems to go a step further: This latest technology is used in conjunction with the Android-operation is truly impressive: from connectivity (WLAN, HSDPA ) on modern, power-saving displays with OLED technology, plenty of storage space and lots of Internet and multimedia function on the software side, there are at least nothing to complain at the sheet.

The Samsung I7500 Galaxy is aimed primarily at people who have a certain lifestyle potential cherish the phone, intuitive operation and want to give up anything. If you a business looking phone that is not with the Android operating system fully equipped for everyday work. Namely, we seek the necessary features for this operating system in the delivery status in vain. These need to be retrofitted after the fact.

Social Networks and the Internet in your pocket is probably the most compelling strength of the Samsung I7500 Galaxy. As usual, the Android platform, Internet services made available in an attractive manner on the smartphone. Thus, the activity in Internet platforms such as Twitter becomes a breeze.

Last but not least also an important feature should be mentioned, which is often forgotten in many gadgets and yet is very important: the battery. With 1500mAh capacity for such a slim phone is turned out great. The 119 grams of lightweight Samsung I7500 Galaxy thus has the best chances to score well here among the users.

Samsung I7500 Galaxy Android Phone

1 comments:

kim on November 3, 2009 at 5:04 PM said...

The G1 is fugly, there is no doubt. This phone, while odd-looking for a touch screen device, at least has an actual headphone jack! On the face of it, this would seem to be the first Android phone that won't get in the way of its OS, so once released, we may get a real idea of how Android stacks up vs. the iPhone's flavor of OS X. It's doubtful that either hardware or software, let alone the synthesis of the two, will eclipse the iPhone, but I'm all for as many dogs as possible to nip at Apple's heels. Keep 'em runnin', boys!

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