The Soul was announced in February, during the MWC 2008 show in Barcelona, Spain. As we pointed out back then, its key feature is the design; typically for an Ultra-series phone, it is slim and well made. An innovative element here, replacing the D-pad, is the touch-sensitive display, which visualizes different icons, depending on the menu you are in. While it is not as cool as KF600’s TouchPad, it also brings some interaction. The Soul has a 5-megapixel camera and HSDPA 7.2Mbps support as well.
It will be available in three color options: Sterling Steel, Soul Gray and Platinum Silver. Its retail price is about EUR400 or $630.
Samsung Soul Specifications | Preview