The Samsung Galaxy U may not have been the cream of the crop at all, or ever, but it's certainly worthy of its own praise. Just uncovered over at Samsung Hub, the specifications for the upcoming Galaxy U have been unveiled. And while it may not be as impressive as its S-branded sibling, it's still worthy of the Android platform that it carries.
The Galaxy U features network specifications for J-CDMA and CDMA Rev.A, and it features a 3.7-inch AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen display with 16M color support, and resolution of 480x800. The processor under the hood is 1GHz, and there's a 5MP auto-focus camera on the back, with the ability to record video up to 720p HD. Obviously, it's running the Android Operating System, but there's no word quite yet on what version number it is. We're hoping Android 2.2, at least. It has a 3.5mm audio jack, Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS connectivity, and it has a microSD card slot (there's apparently going to be an 8GB card bundled with the phone come launch day, but it can be expanded to 32GB). The battery is said to be 1500mAh. No word on exact release date or how much it will cost, but that should come soon enough. Oh, and it comes in white and black.
[via Samsung Hub]