Samsung Galaxy M tantalising super amoled specs

Old Samsung just keeps on adding new devices to their Galaxy range and the latest Galaxy handset to be added is the Samsung Galaxy M a device that has now gone official over in Sammy’s home turf of Korea, and although design wise there isn’t much that distinguishes the Galaxy M from the Samsung Galaxy R the new handset does offer some spec differences.

According to the guys over at Engadget by way of Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy M packs a 4-inch Super AMOLED touch screen rather than the Super Clear LCD found on the Samsung Galaxy R although the Galaxy M doesn’t tout a dual core processor and opts for a single core 1GHz chip.

The Android 2.3 Gingerbread touting Samsung Galaxy M also takes a cut when it comes to the camera and packs a 3 megapixel snapper rather than a 5 megpaixel, and features a more metallic housing that is similar to that of the Samsung Wave range, but the Galaxy M does come with a TV tuner aboard.

That M signifies the Galaxy M is in Samsung’s high-end affordable devise range and is 10mm thick, and will apparently command a price tag of some $500 although currently there’s no word on whether the Samsung Galaxy M will see the light of day outside Korea.

The Samsung Galaxy M will also sport 4GB of internal memory, Bluetooth 3.0, a 1650mAh battery and will become available in blue-black, lavender-pink, and platinum-silver.

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