Samsung SHW-M120S to be crowned as the first Android phone with Bluetooth 3.0?

Samsung SHW-M120S to be crowned as the first Android phone with Bluetooth 3.0?
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 via Engadget & Samsung Hub

UPDATE: 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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