Today was definitely Windows Phone 7 day. However, Samsung decided to also launch an Android-powered device on the day of Microsoft’s mobile rebirth.
The Samsung Galaxy K (SHW-M130K) is basically a Galaxy S tailor made for Korea’s KT. And while KT is the last Korean carrier to get its very own Galaxy S, its customers will be happy to know that they are getting the first Galaxy S with Android 2.2 Froyo on board.
That’s right, the Galaxy K runs Froyo. Spec-wise, it’s quite similar to the Galaxy U that Samsung make for LG’s U+ network. It has a 3.7-inch AMOLED Plus display, a 1 GHz CPU, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, wireless tethering, 8 GB of internal memory and T-DMB.
This smartphone also comes with Samsung’s Social Hub software, access to both the Android Market and KT’s Olleh Market and has Adobe Flash 10.1 support.
The Samsung Galaxy K will be available from KT in black or white and cost 800,000 won (which is approximately $716).
Via Samsung Hub
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