The Samsung Galaxy M Style is a mid-range smartphone sporting a four inch Super AMOLED display and a slim form factor of 9.9mm. It comes packed with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, rather than the new Ice Cream Sandwich, and is powered by a 1GHz single-core processor.
It’s equipped with 4GB of internal memory and a microSD card slot for memory expansion (up to 32GB) and sports dual cameras, with a VGA front-facing camera and a three megapixel snapper on the back. It also supports HD (720p) video recording.
Currently, the Galaxy M Style is only slated for release in South Korea where it launches in three colours: Platinum Silver, Blue Black, and Lavender Pink. Samsung also hasn’t confirmed whether it will receive an upgrade to the current operating system.
Touted as an “affordable” handset, the Galaxy M Style is available for approximately $500, substantially cheaper than the Galaxy Nexus. Though the specs aren’t particularly impressive, the big screen, small form factor and funky range of colours will undoubtedly help these to fly off the shelves.