Samsung Soul is now available in Europe

Samsung Soul is now available in Europe
Today, Samsung announced that its flagship model, the Soul, is now available for purchase through major European carriers. Starting from France, UK, and Germany, it will be also available in most open markets starting April and May.

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

source: Samsung



1. agagagaga unregistered

What is the point of having 3 different colors, when they are all still some sort of shiny gray?

2. Luis unregistered

While they are all similar, i guess one could peak your interst more than the other. I wonder what company will own the rights to the phones.... hope sprint gets em. Looks like something I would want.

3. unregistered

what company does the samsung soul belong in? At&t, verizon, sprint, t-mobile, virgin mobile? please answer soon! i need to know soon!

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