The Samsung SWD-M100 WiMAX MID that we saw back at MWC has been prematurely named by the company's RSS feed. Now known to be the Samsung Mondi, the MID has a 4.3-inch touchscreen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and 4G WiMAX access via the Clear network in the US.
Video overview of the Samsung SWD-M100 Mondi after the cut
No other specifications for the Samsung Mondi have been confirmed, but we're assuming that the same details the company told us last month hold true. That would give the compact handheld the Windows Mobile OS, dual cameras (one 3-megapixel on the back, one 0.3-megapixel on the front), Bluetooth and WiFi b/g, the Opera internet browser and a microSD slot.
SlashGear caught up with the Mondi at Intel's MWC booth last month. The device itself was non-functional - Samsung's rep couldn't quite explain why - but we did get an overview video and some live photos.