June 14, 2010
Samsung Galaxy Apollo via akihabara

Samsung Galaxy Apollo via akihabara

The Samsung Galaxy Apollo is heading to the UK and may run Android 2.1. The device has appeared on the UK’s website along with the Galaxy S and the Wave. The Samsung Galaxy Apollo appears to be the M100S that was released in South Korea back in late April. If this is correct, then the specifications of the M100S become pretty important.

It offers 8GB of internal memory along with a 5MP camera with auto focus. There is a sturdy 800MHz CPU and a 3.7” AMOLED Touchscreen with a WVGA resolution. One of the better features of the device is the Wi-Fi n support, along with GPS and DivX support too. We will look forward to finding out more about this device when it officially releases.

James Tromans
Contributing editor of AndroidAuthority.com, based in the U.K.
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