Samsung i7500 to Debut after Initial Launch

i7500The Samsung i7500, supported by an AMOLED display and HSUPA/HSDPA and GPRS and EDGE connectivity is due to be released in major European countries by the first half of 2009 (the announced month is June).
If you’re thinking what another Samsung AMOLED mobile phone can offer mainstream consumers, we’re happy to report that they’ve loaded this handset with the best features from all 3 major niches: multimedia entertainment, Internet surfing and personal, portable communications.
Enhanced Web-surfing experience
Since the Samsung i7500 has been pre-loaded with the Android operating system, you can expect the whole user interface and its basic applications to support access to the Internet. And yes, we were right. The Samsung i7500 features value-added features that focus on maximizing Google services such as You Tube, Google Talk and Google Maps.
The Samsung i7500 has an internal global positioning system receiver, which works well with various features of the larger system of GPS maps and locators known as Google Maps™. Not only would you be able to track where you are at the moment, but you would also enrich your vacation by accessing Wikitude™. Wikitude™ can be accessed because of the partnership between Google and Wikipedia.
Connection & connectivity features
Connecting to the Internet has been made easier with support for both GPRS/EDGE and HSUPA (5.76 mb/s). HSUPA and HSDPA connections operate in the following frequencies: 900, 1700 and 2100 megahertz. As for the EDGE/GPRS, the following frequencies can be accessed: 850/ 900/ 1800 and 1900.
Storage, power & display
The onboard storage capacity for the Samsung i7500 is 8 gigabytes, while you can expand the storage with a MicroSD card. The device can support up to 32 gigabytes of extra storage. If you run out of storage, simply buy a new MicroSD card and swap the old one with the fresh card.

This Samsung phone has a 1500 mAh battery, enough to support the bright and vivid 3.2 inch AMOLED display.


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