Samsung officially presented its second smartphone OS-based Android - Galaxy Spica

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Samsung Electronics Company has introduced a new smartphone Galaxy Spica, running an operating system Google Android. This is the second model based on the Android smart phones in the line of Samsung.

The main difference between the new device, from the words of the manufacturer, this is a high speed and usability of the network, as well as easy synchronization with network services and services. In addition, stress in the company's Android operating system originally developed for devices with touch-screen, so the management intuitive and convenient, especially in combination with 3.2-inch LCD display provided by the new items.

Appearance Galaxy Spica retained all family resemblances tachfonov Samsung, but the front panel has two bright red accent - a navigation button and in the dynamics.

Galaxy Spica is equipped with a 800MHz processor and 128MB of RAM and supports synchronization with all the services Google, including mail, calendar, documents, etc.

In addition to all the network benefits of the new OS, Galaxy Spica is also different multimedia capabilities: audio and video players that work with all popular digital formats, and no need to convert video files gives the freedom to choose content, and saves a lot of time. Battery capacity of 1500 mAh and support for memory cards microSD (up to 32GB) provides smartphone owners a long battery life and the ability to store large amounts of data.

In addition, there is a place of technology support Microsoft ActiveSync, which allows you to synchronize e-mail between a smartphone and a PC, touch-QWERTY-keyboard, GPS-module and a compass.