Samsung Reveals Upgraded Galaxy Spica Handset

Posted: Mar 17 2010, 5:49am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:02pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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The Samsung Galaxy Spica Android phone has been around for a while now, we first heard of the handset last November. Samsung has now unveiled a new updated version of the handset with the same name. The new version runs Android 2.1 along with new features.

Samsung says that it will be offering the upgrade via PC Studio 7 software that shipped with the Galaxy Spica and the software can be downloaded from the Samsung mobile site. The upgrade handset has nine side-scrolling screens that can be customized based on the user's needs. The device also has augmented reality that displays digital data over the viewfinder of the 3MP camera.

The updated device also supports Samsung widgets and has enhanced multimedia and messaging functions. Attachments and other media are now easier to attach to MMs messaged and the camera has enhanced picture offerings. The upgrade will land in Germany in March and will be rolled out to other markets later.

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