A new Android mobile phone from Samsung has been unearthed online, ahead of the official release of the i7500 Galaxy.
The Samsung Galaxy is expected to be launched in the UK on O2 in early October and will mark the South Korean phone maker’s debut on Google’s Android platform.
Now pictures have surfaced of a second Samsung Android phone which teams a QWERTY keyboard with a touchscreen user interface.
The photos, which appear on a site dedicated to Android mobiles called Phandroid, show the phone working on the US network Sprint. It is not yet known if Samsung has plans to make the handset available in other territories.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy is mooted to be appearing in the UK on October 10th and packs in a host of stand out features, including a 3.2-inch touchscreen user interface, a five megapixel camera, HSDPA for a fast mobile internet experience, Bluetooth support and 8GB of storage.
Among the Android mobile phones available now from Top 10 Mobile Phones are the HTC Hero, the T-Mobile G2 Touch and the HTC Magic.