Samsung B2700 is rugged phone, M3510 is for music

Samsung B2700 is rugged phone, M3510 is for music
The Czech site revealed the first information on two new Samsung phones that are still unannounced. These are the first phones of the manufacturer to use a new modeling scheme; until now, Samsung used a three-symbol prefix (SGH- for GSM, SCH- for CDMA with BREW and SPH- for CDMA with Java) and a model made of a letter and three-digit number. From now on, it will use two-symbol prefix (GT- for GSM, the rest are still unknown) and a model with a letter and four digits. Of course, flagship models will have a name (word), in addition to the model, so they will be easier to remember.

GT-B2700 is a rugged candybar made to last. It has protection class IP54, which means it is dust and splash resistant. It also features a compass, pedometer and altimeter, and a light (torch). B2700 has 1.9” 176x220 pixels display, 2-megapixel camera, FM radio, Bluetooth and microSD slot.

GT-M3510 is also candybar, but a slim one targeted to the music fans. It measures 9.9mm in thickness, has 3.5mm jack, music keys between the numeric pad and the display, and FM radio. For music storage, it has only 20MB but also features a microSD slot.

Both of the new Samsungs phones are expected on the European market in the end of the summer, at a price of about 210 EUR ($332).

source: via UnwiredView

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