Samsung's first UK Android phone, the Galaxy i7500, will be getting an Android 2.1 upgrade in the near future.
Samsung looks set to release a new Android mobile to complement the two already available in Europe.
The Samsung Galaxy Lite i5700 Android handset is looking ever closer to a release at the moment, with an Italian site stating it will be renamed the Spica.
Samsung has released a new firmware update for its i7500 Android Galaxy, helping to fix some of the inherent problems.
Samsung hasn't managed to release its i7500 Galaxy phone over in the UK just yet, but the next Android phone in line has already popped up.
ExclusiveO2 clarified to TechRadar the status of the forthcoming Samsung i7500 Galaxy, the company's first Android phone, after rumours it was delayed 'indefinitely'.
Samsung's latest trick is to announce it will be bringing a whole host of Android phones to market for under $100 (£60).
Samsung's first effort at an Android-based mobile phone might not have debuted in the UK, but that hasn't stopped the i7500 Galaxy appearing in white ahead of the launch.