The just released Samsung Galaxy A just received an unboxing and video walkthrough, and if you're into watching a seven minute video about a phone that'll probably never ship to the US, in a language you don't understand, well, by all means! All kidding aside though, the Samsung Galaxy A is actually quite impressive--the colors on the screen pop, the build quality looks good, and the transitions are rather snappy. There's even a full-on antenna for mobile TV. Samsung is certainly upping their Android game with the Galaxy A and we hope the Galaxy S can extend that, while finding a way to the US. [via androidguys]
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