The little brother of the Samsung Galaxy I7500 - the Galaxy Spica - has been announced in Russia. It keeps the bright red accent on the navigation button and on the front speaker, as well as the glossy black on the chassis. Although Shane wonders why so many smartphones are just black or white nowadays.
According to the press release, the Samsung Spica has a 3.2-inch display, a 128MB of memory, and a processor running at 800MHz, together with quadband GSM and dualband 900/2100 UMTS/HSPA. It'll obviously have all the usual Google applications that Android users have come to love, and it will also have access to the Android Market, so you can get more apps for it.
The new Galaxy Spica will also have a 1,500mAh battery and a microSD card slot, for memory cards of up to 32GB. The Price for the Samsung Galaxy Spica when it arrives in Russia on November 2009, will be set at 14,000 roubles ($484). As of now, there's no word on US or European availability.