The Galaxy i7500—Samsung's Android handset—is one of the first major, advanced smartphones to feature haptic feedback. PCWorld managed to get their hands on one and report back with their first impressions.
Samsung "revealed" a few handsets today at an event in Singapore, first and foremost confirming that the OLED, WXGA, Windows Mobile Louvre B7610 is, in fact, the rumored Omnia Pro, pictured second from the right. Also present were the already-announced I7500 Android phone, the megapixel-obsessed Pixon 12 and the…
You saw the pictures, you read the spec sheet, and you heard the pitch. But how does Samsung's first Android phone look in motion, while interacting with a Real Live Human?
Samsung hasn't been shy about their Android ambitions, but they have been extremely vague. Well, here's their first handset, the I7500. With a capacitive AMOLED touchscreen, clean styling, and larger-than-average battery, it looks fantastic. UPDATED