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22nd July 2014 – 1 comment
Those rumours again.
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Five handsets is a lot to take on board. We cut to the chase.
Compact but multi-functional, the Samsung Galaxy Portal i5700, formerly named the Galaxy Lite, is an Android mobile phone with cutting-edge features, including a 3.15 megapixel camera and a 3.2-inch touchscreen that's a joy to use.
As with all Android mobile phones, the Galaxy Portal comes with a host of great Google applications pre-installed, including YouTube and Facebook. Plus, you’ll also be able to choose from a massive selection of free and paid-for software from the Android Market, taking in everything from fun games to useful navigation applications.
The Portal’s imaging capabilities are second to none. Equipped with a great 3.15 megapixel camera, you can expect to take a superb snap every time. And it’s just as adept at capturing video footage.
To keep you entertained, a web browser and media player is installed. Meanwhile, the Portal’s onboard memory of 180Mb and the opportunity to boost this by up to 32GB by adding a microSD card means there’s oodles of room for all your videos and music.
Other features of this standout handset include a digital compass to aid navigation in unfamiliar locales, a powerful 800MHZ processor, HSDPA support for fast downloads, speakerphone, geotagging for photos and a host of brilliant messaging options, including MMS, SMS and email.