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eXpansys will be selling the handset exclusively until the end of the year.
The Droid (as the handset is known in the US) has already been available stateside for a month, racking up 250,000 units sold in its first week of sales alone.
Motorola's Android based smartphone, the "Droid", edges ever closer to the shops.
Barely a week since Cupcake was unleashed on the Android loving public and we’re already hearing reports of the 2.0 version known as Donut. Apparently, Donut is the just the treat the mobile manufacturers have been waiting for and first out the gates will be Samsung who’ll bring us the Spica and Bigfoot handsets most likely on T-Mobile – providing it’s still around, of course.
Both models will be more or less identical in spec with 3.0″ WQVGA screens, 3-megapixel cameras, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, GPS, digital compasses and accelerometers. The only real difference is in size with the Bigfoot presumably being the sexier looking, more game focused slider on the right and the more accessible, affordable Spica on the left.
The other punishment for not coughing up for the Bigfoot is that the Spica ditches the lovely Android interface for the Samsung TouchWiz desktop. Yay.