In addition to the T509 slim bar phone, Samsung today officially announced three more new devices.
T719 is a thin clamshell (3.7 x 1.85 x 0.94in) capable of synchronization with Blackberry email and featuring RIM's SureType keyboard. The main features include 1.3 mega pixel camera, EDGE data, Bluetooth and media player. The main display is 176x220 pixels with external grey scale. The handset is expected to be released by T-Mobile in Q3.
D407 is more of a mid-range device, expected to be released by Cingular this quarter. The main features include Push-to-Talk, VGA camera, EDGE high speed data, Bluetooth, speakerphone and voice recogniton.
A960 is a high-end EV-DO data clamshell with external OLED display, 1.3 mega pixel camera, microSD memory expansion slot and Video and Music on demand. Samsung did not release information about carrier availability, but the phone was approved by the FCC back in November, and it had Sprint's branding.