Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy 3 now available in India for Rs 12,000

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December 3, 2010 by yogi2raj

  Samsung’s Android powered Galaxy series of phones are invading every country. How can India be left behind, and surely Indians are a happy lot from this invasion.
After original Galaxy, Galaxy Spica, Galaxy I899, and Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy 3 is here in India. Yes, we are first to break this good news. This Android powered phone will replace Galaxy Spica from the market, which seems to be out of stock everywhere for last 1-2 months. Many of the AndroidOS.in readers have been dropping us emails in this regard.

Samsunhg Galaxy 3

Samsunhg Galaxy 3

An official announcement on Galaxy 3 launch can be expected anytime next week. Samsung i5801 aka Galaxy 3 comes with Android 2.1 on-board with Touchwiz 3.0 UI on the top. Specifications include 3.2 inch touchscreen, 3.2 MP camera, 667 Mhz processor, 170 Mb of internal memory, SD card support upto 32 GB, DLNA support, 1500mAh battery, Wi-fi and 3G stuff.
The smartphone will also come pre-loaded with Social Hub, ThinkFree office suit, Layar, Swype, Facebook and Youtube apps along with Google Mobile services.
The smartphone has been priced at MRP of Rs 13,000 but it is selling at online retailers like Flipkart and Univercell under Rs 12,000. So, you can expect it to buy it for the same price anywhere in India.

Samsung Galaxy 3 Specifications

Samsung Galaxy 3 Specifications
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One thought on “Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy 3 now available in India for Rs 12,000

  1. Samsung galaxy 3 looks pretty and it comes with in the budget. i think this mobile is value for money phone.

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