At long last, it's here! Actual video of the newest Android smartphone, the Samsung I7500. Unlike the other Android smartphone, the G1, the I7500 doesn't have a sliding touchpad. It does come with a much larger screen, and a far thinner profile. Android was made to work smoothly with a touch pad, and the I7500 will test the fledgling system on that claim.
Samsung appears to be trying to seal themselves a place as the 'power phone' makers in the market. The I7500 boasts some powerful specs, including a big 320 x 480 OLED Screen, WiFi capability, GPS, a 1,500mAh battery, and 8GB Internal Storage. When you throw in the 5 megapixel camera and the capability to further expand the phone's memory with an SD card, you have a very powerful little phone.
As we said earlier, the I7500 is expected to release in the second half of the year, and retail for about $600. This will make it a very pricey alternative to the Gphone. But for users who don't like dealing with a keyboard or want a more powerful machine, this might be the ticket.
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