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Samsung I7500 versus HTC Magic photoset

Samsung I7500 versus HTC Magic photoset

HTC likely thought there was little that could shadow their Magic launch during the first half of the year, but they didn't count on the Samsung I7500.  Packing a similarly-slimline QWERTY-free chassis and raising the stakes with an AMOLED touchscreen and higher resolution camera, the I7500 has already swayed quite a few people away from the Magic over at Android Community.  Now, thanks to CNET Asia, we've the first sighting of both smartphones up close with each other.

Full Samsung I7500 vs. HTC Magic gallery after the cut

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Samsung I7500 Android phone in-depth video demo

Samsung I7500 Android phone in-depth video demo

A second video demo of the Samsung I7500 Android smartphone has emerged, this time the handiwork of Tech65.  As we saw in the first video, it's the AMOLED touchscreen that really makes the I7500 stand out: at 3.2-inches and 320 x 480 resolution it's the same size and pixel count as on the HTC Magic and T-Mobile G1, but we're hoping for better overall runtime along with the brighter colors.

Video demo of the Samsung I7500 after the cut

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Samsung I7500 Android phone hits O2 Germany in June

Samsung I7500 Android phone hits O2 Germany in June

Tipped over the weekend, O2 Germany have officially announced their first Android handset, the Samsung I7500.  The I7500 has a 5-megapixel camera with an LED flash, paired with a 3.2-inch 320 x 480 AMOLED touchscreen, HSPA, GPS and WiFi b/g.

There's also Bluetooth 2.0, a 3.5mm headphone socket and a microUSB port, squeezed into a body that measures just 115 x 56 x 11.9 mm.  The usual array of Google applications are present, including GMail and the Chrome Lite browser, together with the Android Market for downloading further titles.

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Samsung Behold 2 Passes Through Bluetooth SIG With Interesting Wording

Samsung Behold 2 Passes Through Bluetooth SIG With Interesting Wording

We get it that Android is a hot commodity at this point, and we're all for seeing the expanding OS hitting more phones in the States, but there's a point where jumping the gun might not be that beneficial. Android is a platform that needs to hit popular, or even eye-catching phones at this point, and shy away from ambiguous, run-of-the-mill devices. And, unless you fell head over heels for the original Behold when it launched on T-Mobile, then we're tagging "run-of-the-mill" on its sequel. But then again, does running Android on a device make it stand out, just by default?

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Samsung Instinct Q Finally Pictured

Samsung Instinct Q Finally Pictured

Android phones are coming out all over the place, ranging from the basic Android device, all the way up to HTC's Sense UI, which made us all take a second look at what Android was capable of. And we're happy to see the open source Operating System (OS) getting some of the lime-light, especially so quickly. And while HTC has beem the main proponent to Android's availability on the market, other manufacturers are quickly clamoring to get their piece of the pie. Motorola has two handsets reportedly coming out, the Verizon-bound Sholes (or Shules, whichever you think doesn't sound ridiculous when you say it aloud), and the T-Mobile Morrison, which is a lower-end device. And Samsung had already inroduced the i7500 (or Galaxy), but it looks like they're not finished yet. Here, we finally introduce the Samsung Instinct Q.

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