Samsung I5510 with Froyo and physical keyboard spotted at IFA 2010

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Samsung I5510 with Froyo and physical keyboard spotted at IFA 2010
The European consumer electronics show IFA 2010 is an endless source of discoveries, big and small. Of the small ones, this unannounced Samsung I5510 has been spotted at the Vodafone Germany booth, running Froyo out of the gate.

It looks like a mid-range UMTS Android phone with a physical slide-out QWERTY, and an average screen size. It packs decent hardware, though - a 5MP camera, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi and a microSD card slot. That brings us to the very average expected price of 200 EUR (~$256), but still no word on what other carriers will be having the Samsung I5510.

source: AllAboutPhones via SamsungHub



1. 313 unregistered

I'm about 90% sure this will eventually be available for Sprint, based on information that was given to me from someone who would know those kind of things. AND charger port on top?

2. jkeskel

Posts: 52; Member since: May 23, 2009

Except it's UMTS according to this article. Which is European GSM's flavor of 3G. Sprint is CDMA/EVDO so the guts would have to be different at least.

3. theking24 unregistered

sprint could be getting their own version(transform?), and besides this looks alot like the intercept.

4. 313 unregistered

Transform would more then likely be the case. And to comment on my own comment about the microUSB port being on top, it's apparently something that Samsung is doing (at least with the Galaxy S phones). Was looking at the Fascinate yesterday and it's on top with the power/screen-lock on the right side.

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