Discover the ultimate day out
By simply pointing the new Samsung Galaxy Portal phone in any direction, its visual search engine will show you the exact location of loads of exciting places, from new bars and clubs to cash machines and taxis. All in partnership with Barclays, lastminute.com, Nestoria, Layar, thetraineline.com, hotels.com and more.
At first touch, you will feel what a difference this 800MHz processor makes in unleashing its invisible power at superlative speeds. Whether you're uploading data, transferring files or streaming videos on the web, you'll zip through applications with extra speed. Quicker response time during games means you can play even faster. Enjoy effortless syncs and instant updates to your email and contacts so you're always connected. The Android platform also utilises the accelerated CPU to its utmost so all applications and other tasks run trouble-free.
- 3G Band: 900 / 2100MHz
- GPRS Class 12 network & data
- EDGE Class network & data
- HSDPA 3.6Mbps Data Speed
- Android OS
- 115 x 57 x 12.9mm - handset size
- 120g - handset weight
- 1500mAh standard battery capacity
- Up to 710 minutes (2G), up to 410 minutes (3G) standard Talk time
- Up to 650 hours (2G), up to 580 hours (3G) standard Standby time
Samsung I5700 Galaxy Portal review
The Samsung Galaxy Portal (as sold by T-Mobile; also known as the Galaxy Lite) is a relatively cheap Android smartphone with an AMOLED screen. It's visually similar to the earlier GT-I7500 Galaxy, but incorporates many positive changes, not least of...
Samsung Galaxy Portal review
We like the Samsung Galaxy Portal's speedy processor and impressive screen, but its lack of the latest version of Android and multi-touch support means it's not exactly leading the smart-phone pack. If Samsung ever gets round to updating the operating...
alaTest has collected and analysed 496 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the design and screen. The value for money and battery also get good comments, whereas the portability and featuresget critical comments.
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9 Questions7 Answers
upgrade for galaxy portal?
alerton on 2011-04-02
no, the hardware in the handset will not be able to run Android 2.2 (froyo)
bradders541 on 2012-04-22
ruksbooms on 2011-05-15
You'll need to pair with the other handset before being able to send data.
Russ on 2012-02-02
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