I just wonder what you think guys. The Samsung i7500 Galaxy is, except the support from Samsung itself, a great Android smartphone with a very good (the best?) price for value. It's with 11,9mm the second slimmest Android phone after Nexus One with 11,5mm (right?) and has unlike the HTC phones a flash light and build in storage of 8GB. On most sites the Galaxy is (one of) the cheapest Android phones, I wonder if it's because Samsung is cheaper or HTC/Motorola more expensive by itself? I personally would compare the i7500 with the HTC Hero, although in my opinion the i7500 still has a much better price for value. Is it even possible to define if and which Android phone is a low, middle, or high-end smartphone? Sure, it also depends for what purposes you bought and use your phone, but I still wonder were the i7500 would be if 1=low and 10=high end Android phone, and if there even is a number 10? I know, it is a bit a unusual question but I think that they are some people outside which have the same question in their mind (or maybe I shouldn't visit the board after I drunk LoL ;-)). -Val PS.) I also think that the D-Pad is a big plus and not a minus in comparison to the scroll ball from HTC.