Samsung Galaxy Spica touches down in North America - not in the US though

Samsung Galaxy Spica touches down in North America - not in the US though
With US consumers already reaping from Samsung's Android labors with the Behold II, our friends to the north are expected to see the Samsung Galaxy Spica make a quiet landing on Rogers. It's probably not going to cause much commotion in the wake of other Android handsets expected to launch in the near future – especially when these newer devices sport improved specs and mass-market appeal. The Samsung Galaxy Spica might've been a contender if it were released in North America a while ago – way before Android's big push during the fall. Without a definitive release date known for this handset, Rogers customers can expect to grab this Android 1.5 smartphone at a price of $79.99 with your signature down on a three year contract – which does seem pretty steep when you look at its full retail price of $449.99.

Samsung Galaxy Spica Specifications | Review

via Android Guys


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2 Comments

1. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

Why does the u.s. Never get any of these phones that places like Canada get??? Or we get them waaay later. Just messed up.

2. fsjon

Posts: 120; Member since: Sep 03, 2009

Well at least you guys do not have to sign a 3yrs contract and have a "everything" plan. The plans up here are outrageous.

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