Samsung switches up the alphabet soup, launches Galaxy U in Korea

We'd previously heard about South Korean carrier LG U+ picking up a moderately downscaled version of the Galaxy S series as the Galaxy U before... and, well, sure enough, here it is. The U trades down from a 4-inch Super AMOLED display to a more modest 3.7 inches at the same WVGA resolution (the same size as the Beam, for the record) and includes a bunch of notable features like Bluetooth 3.0 support, 802.11n WiFi, 720p video capture, and -- since this is a Korean phone -- T-DMB mobile TV tuning. Looks like it'll be hitting stores in your choice of black or white (all white, without a black bezel) for 800,000 won ($683).