Much of the attention surrounding Samsung's mix of Android devices may be solely placed on the peppy Samsung Galaxy S, but now we're getting a first glimpse into the Samsung Galaxy 3 i5800/i5801. With some design similarities evident with the Samsung Galaxy A, the i5800/i5801 plays to the strengths of the premier offerings that accompany some of the latest Android smartphones. Based on the video courtesy of HowardChui.com, the i5800/i5801 looks to feature Android 2.1, 3G support, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, microSD card support, and an unconfirmed 240 x 400 pixel
display. Additionally, it's rumored that it'll be packing an AMOLED display instead of the TFT display used on the Samsung Spica i5700. In due time, we'll hopefully hear more about its pricing and availability, but in the mean time, Samsung fans can sleep happily knowing that there won't be any shortages of Android smartphones coming in the near future.
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