Samsung is planning to launching its Galaxy smartphone in South Korea through wireless carrier KT Corp.
According to The Wall Street Journal, as a part of its efforts to expand the reach of its mobile phone arm, the company has chosen KT Corp. to sell the Galaxy smartphone, named Galaxy K, in South Korea.
The Galaxy K smartphone is being offered by network providers SK Telecom Co. and LG Uplus, along with KT, in order to reach a broader market.
As of September 2010, the company had managed to sell 5 million Galaxy smartphones across the world, and is on the verge of launching the Galaxy Tab tablet device in the US and UK markets.
The Galaxy K smartphone will run on Google's Android 2.2 Froyo mobile operating system and will powered by a 1 Ghz processor. Other features include a high definition camera, a 3.7 inch touch screen and support for Adobe's Flash 10.1 software.