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Samsung upgrading Galaxy Spica smartphone to Android 2.1

Samsung has announced that they're boosting the Galaxy Spica/I5700 smartphone to the Android 2.1 system, offering a "galaxy of new features." A little cheesy, but at least it got an upgrade.
Written by Rachel King, Contributor on

Samsung has announced that they're boosting the Galaxy Spica/I5700 smartphone to the Android 2.1 system, offering a "galaxy of new features." A little cheesy, but at least it got a nice upgrade.

The upgrade will be available online before the end of the month, starting in Germany, followed by the rest of Europe, and then eventually rolled out around the rest of the world.

Galaxy Spica owners will be able to obtain the update via their website or Samsung's signature PC Studio 7 software program.

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