Samsung have just revealed the new Galaxy M Android smartphone, ahead of next week’s massive consumer tech show, CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
The Samsung Galaxy M (where, according to Sammy’s naming conventions, the “M” stands for “Magic”) is described by the Korean tech giants as part of their range of “High-performance models at an economic price-point”.
Specs wise, it’s running Android version Gingerbread (Ice Cream Sandwich not “magical” enough it seems), a 1GHz processor, 3MP camera, 4GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 3.0 and a decent 1650mAh battery crammed into its 9.9mm thick “refined metal body”.
No word on a UK release yet, but we’d expect a sub-£200 price tag where it ever to reach our shores.
Just yesterday, Samsung revealed the Galaxy Ace Plus, a revamped version of last year’s Galaxy Ace handset.