Samsung Marvel S5560 is a mainstream cell phone, similar to the Samsung Star S5230, but sports better, 5-megapixel camera and Wi-Fi support. The other features include 3-inch WQVGA resolution screen, microSDHC slot, Bluetooth, FM radio and 3.5mm jack. The Samsung S5560 is a quad-band GSM, i.e. usable anywhere in the world, but lacks 3G support.
The Samsung T401G is a sleek slider with a full QWERTY keyboard, music player with microSD support, and text and picture messaging. It’s also stereo Bluetooth enabled, boasts a 1.3 megapixel camera and video recorder, one-touch messaging shortcut key, web browser, and quick search.
The Samsung Galaxy Spica is SAMSUNG first device powered by Android, giving customers instant access to familiar applications, as well as access to a range of ever-expanding services being developed for the Android operating system. Whatever your lifestyle, there will be an Android application for you and with its expandable memory, you can personalise your Samsung Galaxy Spica with as many apps as you desire. Go directly to the Android market via a widget on your Samsung Galaxy Spica and download a variety of unique applications.
Released for AT&T, the Samsung SGH-A117 is the latest entry-level phone for consumers who favor functionality. Offering a no-frills approach to communcation, the SGH-A117 provides speakerphone access for handsfree talking, a large 128 x 160 px 65K-color screen, and text messaging to keep friends and family connected.
The unlocked Samsung B5310 is a full-touch handset with QWETY Keyboard that places you at the center of the social media revolution with a wide range of social networking supports, such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. The Samsung B5310 aims to stand out from the crowd with its pop-style contours and curved edge design. Finally, being all thumbs is a good thing. Give those two big, bad digits a good workout and improve your mobile typing skills with fun, addictive QWERTY training games.