Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700

Last updated: Nov 16th, 2010.

The Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700 is Samsung's follow up to the Samsung Galaxy. Packing a powerful 800 Mhz processor and an AmoLED screen, it's a nice upgrade for people looking for a newer phone.

The Galaxy Spica shipped originally with Android 1.5 and has since been upgraded to 2.1. It's one of the only Samsung phones left without the Touchwiz UI. So if you're looking for a Samsung phone with vanilla Android, this is the phone for you.

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