Samsung Galaxy Spica: Now Available from Rogers Running Android 1.5

By Jamie Pert - Mar 9, 2010

A few days ago we posted an article which suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Spica would soon be available from Rogers and could possibly be running Android 2.0, we are now hearing that some of this was true, however the handset is only running Android 1.5.

The Samsung Galaxy Spica is now available from Rogers on a 3 year contract for $79.99, if you prefer a 2 year contract it will set you back $349.99, however if you want a 1 year monthly contract it will set you back £399.99.

As mentioned above Rogers will ship the handset running Android 1.5, however when an IntoMobile representative spoke to Rogers they said ‘It’ll launch with 1.5 but will be upgradeable to 2.1′.

If you would like to find out more about the handset’s specs check out our previous article, for more details check out IntoMobile.

If you would like to purchase the handset check out Rogers.

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  • I bought this in Dubai, UAE. Doesn't have Android Market even though Manual says that. Calling Samsung support and they are not equipped to support t. All most all apps crashes always. Never ever will I buy Samsung or Google phones. They are also not providing any updates to 2.1 also. PC doesn't recognize USB after installing some apps, you have to reset the phone for USB to be detected by PC. I am not using the phone now, gone back to my Nokia 5310 which is far better.