With a number of Galaxy devices making way in the recent months, there have been speculations rising over the launch of the Galaxy 3, the Galaxy Beam, as well as, Galaxy model for T-Mobile, soon.
There is a scope that Galaxy will easily get the green signal from Federal Communications Commission. The FCC is supposed to monitor the launch of all the phones making way in the U. S. market.
Other than Galaxy’s range, a number of mobile phones are likely to emerge in the market, in the upcoming weeks.
AT&T is all set for the introduction of two Android-based smartphones, in the next week. It has already launched the Samsung Captivate.
Captivate, was officially launched on Friday. It is essentially an Android 2.1 Google smartphone, with a 4-inch AMOLED WVGA touch screen. Carrying a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor, the phone comes loaded with a
5-megapixel camera, high-definition 720p video capture, as well as, a 16 GB of internal memory.
It is Wi-Fi enabled, with a high-speed 3G HSPA at 7.2 Mbps and a 3.0 Bluetooth.
The Company has been the latest to have launched a smartphone. Samsung Captivate is the third Google Android smartphone in the range.
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