Spanish firm GeeksPhone launches "One" Android set were at the press conference Barcelona, the first official presentation of the Mobile One, manufactured by the Spanish company's Geek Phone. The following is what they had to say.

This attractive phone comes with Android 1.5 "Cupcake," although in the future expect to update to Android 2 "Donut." The interior includes an Intel processor of 625Mhz Marvell PXA310, and outside there is a resistive touch screen 3.2-inch mini-USB port and microSD slot. As far as connectivity is concerned we are talking about support EDGE Quad GSM / UMTS / HSDPA, plus WiFi, Bluetooth and A-GPS. It also includes a 3.2 megapixel camera and front camera for video conferencing. Although at the moment there is a final price is expected to cost between 250 and 300 euros when it is put on sale in autumn of this year.

It looks exactly like a Samsung Omnia, but don't be fooled -- what you're actually looking at here is Spain's first go at producing an Android handset (which is especially ironic considering we just reported on the andromnia project). Our colleagues from Engadget Spanish were live in Barcelona today for the grand unveiling of the GeeksPhone One, a Cupcake-powered phone featuring a 625MHz PXA310 core, quadband EDGE plus HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, AGPS, 3.2 megapixel primary camera plus a front-facing cam for video calling, and microSD expansion -- sounds great, but the package is marred a bit by the fact that it's rolling with a resistive 3.2-inch touchscreen. Hard to complain with the price, though -- GeeksPhone expects to sell the set for somewhere between €250 and €300 (about $352 to $422) unlocked when it launches this fall.