Another phone from Samsung is also rumored to be released this year – the Trinity. It is expected to be the Samsung’s first two-way slider, allowing for both a standard numeric keypad and a side-sliding QWERTY. This one will go for its place in history with a 2.8-inch QVGA screen, 2MP camera, aGPS and a dual-band UMTS. If you like that, look for it from August 17 onwards, as this is what the leaked document says, though we cannot be sure if the launch takes place on that exact date.
Next up, we have a little something from Pantech – the Pantech Aladdin. This exotic name perfectly suits the extravagant color scheme and shape of the phone. The Aladdin is a slider with a keypad, which, once opened, reveals a full QWERTY keyboard. It also features a horizontal 2.2-inch screen, 1.3MP camera, aGPS and global 3G. This phone should come out sometime around August 17 as well.
The Pivot combines a QWERTY keyboard
The Trinity may be Samsung's first
The Aladdin is a budget-oriented
In the end, it turns out that AT&T also has plans for releasing some data cards. Pictured are the Option 393, which is also going to have an integrated microSD slot, and the Sierra Wireless “Triple Lindy” that seems to be a lot more feature-packed. For more details on these, as well as the above-mentioned phones, check the pictures.
source: EngadgetMobile, here, here and here