One of the slickest features ofis its big, beautiful Super AMOLED screen. Problem is, I'm a little hesitant to cough up the almost $700 to get it. Well, perhaps the newly unveiled Galaxy M is the next best thing.
It seems that Samsung, on the heels of announcing the the Galaxy M. According to Samsung's Korean product blog, the Galaxy M will sport a big 4-inch Super AMOLED display, which hopefully will also boast a full 720p HD resolution like the company's flagship Galaxy Nexus., has just pulled the tarp off of another slick-looking device,
The phone's other specs don't quite impress me. Android 2.3 Gingerbread is on board, not the latest version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and mobile computing is powered by a midrange 1GHz single-core processor. A 3-megapixel camera is well below the 8-megapixel benchmark for Android gadgets, too.
Still, the Galaxy M is sure to turn heads with its ultrathin size (0.39 inch) and eye-catching colors of Platinum Silver, Blue Black, and Lavender Pink. Best of all, Samsung claims the phone will cost about $500, about $200 less than the unlocked Galaxy Nexus, which is the only current Galaxy Nexus option for T-Mobile and AT&T subscribers.