Android-running Samsung I5801 Galaxy 3 taped on video

12 May, 2010

Partial specs of the next-gen Galaxy leaked a few days back and now we get to enjoy its first appearance on video. Unlike the Galaxy S, which packs top notch features, the I5801 is positioned in a lower class and covers the bare minimum of features (in smartphone terms).

Unfortunately, the big question on the I5801 / I5800 screen resolution remains unanswered. However, as the video reveals, it seems lower than the HVGA display resolution of the I5700 Galaxy Spica.

The I5801 (a.k.a. Galaxy 3) will apparently run Android OS v2.1 a.k.a. Eclair with some TouchWiz customization on top. Reportedly, it will also pack a built-in GPS receiver, a microSD card slot, a 3.5mm audio jack and support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (v3.0, maybe). On the back you'll find a 3MP camera with QVGA video recording.

It's still not clear when the I5801 will be officially unveiled and how much it will cost.



Reader comments

  • nani raj
  • 23 Aug 2011
  • YQC

Does skype i.e. video call. work in galaxy3(i5801)?

  • nani
  • 23 Aug 2011
  • YQC

Hi ur given that 3g is support in galaxy3(i5801)then why video call does not work...

  • AnonD-17863
  • 15 Aug 2011
  • utt

no you cant

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