First seen back in June, the Samsung M8920 has recently appeared in Korea, and it looks like it will be launched by SK Telecom under the name of Samsung SCH-W880.
As you probably already know, the M8920 is an unannounced Samsung phone that should come with a 12MP camera that features 3x optical zoom and Xenon flash – so it may be marketed as the successor of Samsung Pixon12 M8910.
The M8920 was spotted over at Cetizen, but, sadly, without any other details about its features.
It’s not clear yet when the Samsung M8920 / SCH-W880 will be officially announced, but we’ll surely be here to announce when it happens.
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