Samsung has just announced the new M100S, an Android 2.1 smarphone set to be unveiled at the Mobile World Conference. Android and Me reports that the device is most likely using a Samsung ARM 11 processor. The CPU is clocked at 800 MHz, which means the M100S is likely using the same chipset as the Moment.
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This new smartphone packs a 3.7” AMOLED screen (the new must-have smartphone feature of the year), 5 MP camera with 720p video recording, WiFi, GPS, DivX support, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and T-DMB. Again, the M100S runs on Android 2.1. It is expected to launch on SK Telekom in March, with no word as to where else we can expect to see this device hit.