Hands-on with Samsung’s GSM line for 2008
F490 is similar to the F700, but is slimmer (lacks the side-sliding QWERTY) and has 5-megapixel camera. It runs the same Croix interface for good or for bad.
G810 is the Symbian-running successor of the G800. Now it is not only a cameraphone (5-megapixel, 3x optical zoom, face recognition), but also a smartphone, with GPS and WiFi. It is an all-in-one device that will try to compete with the successful Nokia N95.
I780 is a WM6 Professional smartphone with full QWERTY and a slim profile. It tries to be as feature rich, as the rival models from other manufacturers, but packs all this in a very pretty and small body.
F400 is a music-centric slider that can open in both directions, in order to reveal a Bang&Olufsen branded speaker. Once this is done, the media interface is opened, turning the phone into a music player.
L770 is simple, yet stylish. It will occupy the mid-level and will attract with its Ultra-like shape and different color variants.