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India’s first CDMA Android device Galaxy i899

Good news for Indian CDMA users wanting some Android action. Rcom will soon release Galaxy i899 on its network, making it India’s first CDMA-based Android phone. The i899 is the same one we saw last year meant for the Chinese market.

There’s no confirmation of which Android build will power the handset but it will feature a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen display (480×800), 3.2MP autofocus camera with LED flash, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Reliance Netconnect, microSD card slot, DivX playback and 1440mAh battery. The features list also mentions “Mobile Safari” web browser, which is obviously a typo.

The phone’s listed as Coming Soon on Rcom’s site and interested users can sign up for further announcement regarding the device.

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