Samsung, Tata Docomo unveiled new Galaxy (I7500) phone in India
By Anoop Kumawat 23 Jul, 2010 at 3:46:00 PM
Korean based mobile handset maker, Samsung mobile collaboration with Tata Docomo, the GSM brand of Tata tele-services provider, has recently unveiled the new Android mobile phone in India, called as Samsung Galaxy (I7500). The new Samsung Galaxy will be offering subscribers to access the Google mobile services such as Google search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Calendar and Google Talk at high speed. It is comes at an amazing price tag of Rs. 28,990. The Samsung Galaxy (I7500) is fitted with impressive features including 3.2-inch full touch-screen, wi-fi connectivity, 5 mega pixel camera and various multimedia codec formats. Deepak Gulati, president of Tata Docomo said, “This launch marks the beginning of Tata Docomo’s relationship with Samsung. We will continue working together to launch more mobile offerings.” The Android is an open-source operating system for mobile phones and wireless devices which allows developers to design applications separately on the handset type. The company hopes that the new android based mobile phone will help to increase the demand of Android operating system across the country.