Rogers is shaping up to be the dominating Android seller to our northern, poutine-loving brethren. This time it’s the Samsung Spica, and it’s expected to be setting up shop in the next few weeks, no word on pricing yet.
Yesterday we were tipped about the possibility of Rogers adding another Android device to their lineup, this time it’s the Samsung Galaxy Spica. More good news follows today as we’ve received photos of Rogers branded Galaxy Spica dummyphones that started to arrive a retail locations. We’re still waiting on price points and an official release date, but you can expect it to be coming up within 2-3 weeks.
The Galaxy Spica comes with Android OS 1.5 (possibly might ship with OS 2.0), 3.2-inch touchscreen (resolution of 320 x 480 pixels), 3.2 megapixel camera with video capabilities, a 3.5mm headset jack, microUSB, speakerphone, WiFi, GPS, holds up to 32GB with a microSD, 800MHz processor, measures 115 x 57 x 13.2 mm with a weight of 124 grams.
Even if the Spica does ship with 1.5, I wouldn’t be too concerned. It’s scheduled for a 2.1 upgrade in Q2.