The Samsung Galaxy A, not to be confused with the Samsung Galaxy S, is now available in South Korea. The Galaxy A runs Android 2.1 and features a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED screen, 720 MHz processor, and DivX support. It also packs a front-facing camera for video calls, 5-megapixel back facing camera for pictures, and support for T-DMB, which is basically Mobile TV. Surprisingly, given that Samsung is a Korean company, the Samsung Galaxy A is Samsung's first Android device in Korea

Apps will be available for download in the Android Market, SK Telecom T-store, and Samsung's own app store Samsung Apps. In all, it sounds like an awesome phone. It's incredibly cool to see Android tweaked and tailored to fit a country's needs. Thank you versatility. [samsung via samsunghub]

 
There are 3 comments

Saneless says:

Still hate Samsung's UI. It looks bad on the iPhone, why copy this crap? Stock or Sense look much better than a hacky iPhone knockoff

chdtpn says:

It looks good to me.

yazman666 says:

Yeah it looks just allright, not a big deal even the galaxy s will have a grat hardware but the samsung ui simply sucks....GO EVO GO!!!!