Samsung presents the Corby and Corby Pro at the CES 2010. These two phones are already announced outside of the United States. What is new is the fancy named Samsung Galaxy Spica.
The Samsung Galaxy Spica (SGH-I5700) is a slim and compact Android-powered smartphone that offers seamless connectivity with access to Google mobile services and popular social network sites, such as Facebook and MySpace.
Equipped with an 800 MHZ application processor, the Galaxy Spica lets users download a variety of applications from Android Market. The phone provides users an exceptional multimedia experience by supporting DivX to eliminate the hassle of file format conversions.
Equipped with DNSe 2.0 for better sound quality and a 3.5 mm ear jack the Galaxy Spica offers the fully comprehensive multimedia feature set. The phone also ssupports the full suite of Google services including Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Talk letting users enjoy a familiar desktop computer experience while on their phone.
Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Spica include 3.2-inch HVGA(320x480) TFT screen, 3MP camera, Android 1.5, Wifi and Bluetooth. Measurements are 115 x 57 x 13.2mm.
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