Samsung i5510 Likely Heading to Australia’s Telstra

The mid-ranged QWERTY i5510 (Galaxy 551) could be making its way to the far south where it will likely be hosted by Telstra. This device, already available in Europe should make a welcome addition to the budget conscious with chubby fingers.

While no official word has come down regarding the pairing of Telstra and the i5510T, it should be a safe bet to make as Telstra’s other Samsung device model numbers are finished with a “T”.


  • FroYo
  • 3.2″ display
  • WiFi
  • GPS
  • Bluetooth
  • 3.2MP camera
  • 667 MHz processor

[via IntoMobile]

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TAGS: Samsung i5510

  • dork

    great another cheap android phone!

  • Curry

    FroYo… Only you Samsung would slap high end Galexy S phone users in the face like that.


    Just an updated version to the virgin mobile intercept, smh at samsung too for not updating high-end phones with froyo. I’ll never buy a samsung phone.

  • Android31310

    This phone will not only come with Froyo it will probably be upgraded to Gingerbread and then Honeycomb before the Galaxy S phones (in the USA) get Froyo. Thanks for slap in the face as Curry stated earlier!!

  • Dan

    that wasnt a slap in the face that was a kick in the nuts

  • ParanoidAndroid

    Straight in the nuts

  • Mr Slav

    It’s nice to see you care about Australia ;)
    This looks like a Galaxy 580 aka Galaxy 3 with a keyboard.
    It’s kinda ironic that this will launch with FroYo on Telstra when every carrier in Australia EXCEPT Telstra has released FroYo for the Galaxy S.

  • Hampteezy

    Excuse me for asking but did the Transform have sex with the Intercept?? O_o