We haven't seen the usual flurry of handsets that Samsung is typically known for dishing out, but the rather slower approach may not turn out to be a bad thing. Still trying to attract smartphone customers with its line of current Android powered handsets, the Korean based company is embarking on yet another first – it looks like they're conjuring up the first Android phone with Bluetooth 3.0 on board with the Samsung SHW-M120S. This of course would seemingly raise some flags as it managed to make its rounds over at the Bluetooth SIG flaunting a piece of the latest technology packed into the handset. The SHW-M120S features a 3.3” WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, 5-megapixel auto-focusing camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, HSDPA, and Bluetooth 3.0 that'll come in handy when it comes to speedily transferring some of those photos it's able to snap. Additionally, it packs a T-DMB tuner which suggests that it'll be made available in the South Korean market. Samsung isn't wasting any time getting this smartphone into the local market – it's speculated that the SHW-M120S will see a launch happening “in the next few weeks.” Samsung's track record is looking pretty good as they steadily keep on pumping out these kind of Android devices to the market.
source: Bluetooth SIG
& Samsung HubUPDATE:
It turns out the image is actually showing the Samsung SHW-M100S, which will be the manufacturer's first Android phone in South Korea. We still don't know how the M120S will look.
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