Samsung Galaxy M Style gets released in Korea on 3 national carriers

If you thought Samsung was going to keep quiet in the month of January, you were wrong. Samsung’s new Galaxy M Style (SHW-M340S/K/L) gets an official release and it’s not looking bad. The phone itself features a 4-inch Super AMOLED display (apparently, 3.63 is just not enough anymore) and comes in at about 123.5g. We say about because the phone will be about a gram and a half less on the LG U+ iteration of the device. The design of the phone itself is very reminiscent of the rest of the Samsung Galaxy line so if you’re a fan of that styling, you will feel right at home.

Other notable specifications include a thickness of 9.9mm and like other South Korean smartphones on Korean carriers, it will have access to several application stores including: Samsung’s proprietary app store, Google’s Android Market, and carrier-specific stores. In addition, we’re looking at front-facing and rear-facing cameras and a 1650mAh battery, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi-N, and DMB (South Korea’s mobile TV service). The phone will ship with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), no word on whether or not it will get the newest flavor of the OS (Ice Cream Sandwich). The phone will be released on three major national carriers (SK, KT, and LG U+).

via Samsung

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