So here's what's up: TmoNews reports that a total of three new phones will become part of the nation's fourth largest carrier's lineup on June 23, and they are all made by Samsung.
The most interesting of the three is the Samsung T669, which is a touchscreen side-slider, sporting a full QWERTY keyboard. It will opt to provide you with some additional functionality for a mainstream feature phone, being equipped with a Dolphin browser. It is said to run an optimized version of the TouchWiz interface and will have a 2MP camera.
The Samsung T359, coming as a replacement for the T349, and will have a portrait-sliding form-factor with full QWERTY keyboard, 1.3MP camera, HTML browser and... Exchange ActiveSync mail support. In other words, this would be a low-end cell phone with a heavy focus on texting.
Then we have the Samsung Gravity 3 T479, which seems to sport the exact same form-factor as its predecessors. It looks nice, has circular keys on the keyboard with some adequate space between them (at least on the image), but nothing really groundbreaking. In addition come 3G support and 2-megapixel camera.