Have we ever mentioned how much we love Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certificates? How come? Well, they happen to constitute a major source of rumors in hard times like this summer, when there are not enough news. The latest information that stirs up attention is that Samsung
seems to be working on a new handset, called the Galaxy Lite
with product designation GT-I5700. The bad thing about Bluetooth certificates is they fail to provide any further useful information, besides the fact the device is going to support Wi-Fi 802.11b/g. Judging by its name and product designation, we figure the handset will be a lighter version of the Galaxy I7500
and if the differences between the Omnia II I8000
and Omnia Lite B7300
can be an indication, then the light-weight Galaxy will probably come equipped with a smaller screen (3-inches or less?), camera with less megapixels and simplified design. There is a tiny problem however that just do not know if the handset will be Android-based. This seems logical, although it was just as logical to expect that the Samsung Omnia HD
would be running Windows Mobile and not Symbian S60 5th Edition as it turned out later.
We hope more information about the Samsung Galaxy Lite will appear soon, so stay tuned and be the first to find out more.