Samsung Galaxy Apollo to bring more Android, more Super AMOLED to Europe
Remember the Samsung Galaxy A M100s, launched back in April in South Korea? Samsung decided to bring the handset to Europe, too, calling it Samsung Galaxy Apollo.
The Galaxy Apollo is now featured on Samsung UK’s website, next to the Galaxy S and the Wave S8500 – which probably means that it, too, has a Super AMOLED display (the handset’s Korean version has a WVGA AMOLED PLUS screen, but, as I said before, this is probably just an alternative name for Super AMOLED).
Samsung says nothing about the features of the Galaxy Apollo. However, these are likely similar to the ones of the Korea-bound Galaxy A, including: Android 2.1, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm headset jack, 5MP camera, 8GB of internal memory, and 800MHz processor.
The Samsung Galaxy Apollo is “coming soon” to the UK, although it’s not clear yet just how soon. What’s clear is that Samsung wants to build an Android empire with its Galaxy brand. And that can’t be a bad thing.