It was only a few days ago when we were first introduced to the Samsung Galaxy Apollo through Samsung's own official UK site
without any carrier ties, but now it looks like Orange UK is going to open a spot on its lineup for it. In fact, this very own device was seen back last month during the Google I/O event
where it was seen bearing the Samsung Galaxy I5801 name next to the Galaxy I5500. Naturally the official name that's going to grace Orange UK will be the Samsung Galaxy Apollo I5801 and will become available very soon – for even as low as free on particular monthly calling plans. However, it should probably garner a price that should be lower than the Samsung Galaxy S. Even though Orange states that the handset is black, which it is in the rear, it is contrasted with the greyish looking color used for the front portion of the handset. Some of the features of the Samsung Galaxy I5801 include a 3.2” touchscreen, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3-megapixel auto-focus camera, 1GB storage, and Android 2.1. Although it may have ties to the Greek sun god, Samsung may spread its light to other European mobile operators, however, that information has yet to be revealed.
source: Orange UK
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