Before the Samsung Galaxy S exploded onto the scene at CTIA showcasing Samsung's flagship high-end Android handset, the good people of South Korea were getting treated to the Samsung SHW-M100S
. One would've thought that Samsung would be making Android handsets in its own local market market ahead of others, but the M100S was actually the first from the manufacturer to grace the country. Now it looks like a variant of that handset will be making its way across a vast distance and find itself in the UK where it's going by the name of the Samsung Galaxy Apollo. Samsung's UK website has the smartphone sitting side by side with devices like the Wave and Galaxy S, but it claims that it will be “coming soon.” Unfortunately there was no mention of its specs on the site, but if it's going to follow the M100S, it would probably pack a 3.7” WVGA AMOLED display, 5-megapixel camera, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Android 2.1.