Update: Samsung has told us that the Galaxy M Style is not for the UK, so we're unlikely to see it released over here any time soon.
Fancy screen technology was once the preserve of the caviar-chewing elite, but no longer -- Samsung has lifted the lid on the Galaxy M Style, an affordable smart phone that packs a Super AMOLED display.
Unfortunately this isn't the eye-exploding Super AMOLED Plus gubbins that adorns the Galaxy S2, but it should still be a pleasing step up from boring budget screens.
Elsewhere there's a 3-megapixel camera and a 1GHz single-core processor. The chassis looks to borrow heavily from the Galaxy S2's design, and if you turn this mobile on its side, you'll find it's just 9.9mm thick.
It's coming out in silver, pink and the mysteriously named 'blue black', which we take to mean black. Or blue. Or dark blue maybe. Or navy?
The fly in the ointment is that the M Style will be running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which isn't the latest version of Google's mobile operating system. We're willing to be flexible because this is a phone built for budgets, but it's still a tad galling to see new mobiles coming out that are running old versions of Android, such as the recently announced Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus.
The M Style has only been confirmed for Samsung's native South Korea right now.
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