Samsung adds another three phones to its catalogue

Samsung adds another three phones to its catalogue
We have the feeling that Samsung uses every opportunity to show some new models. A big event and there you go - 20 new handsets, a kindergarten opening ceremony – another 5. In this case, the place is a small exhibition in Holland, where the manufacturer has showed three new models. One of them belongs to the Style series (the S5200), and the other two are music-oriented (the M2310 and the M2510). Let’s check the news for the music lovers.

The clamshell M2310 and the slider M2510 are the simplest models of the series yet and they’ve got weaker specs even than the first two BEAT devices (the BEATs and the BEATb). Both handsets offer a VGA camera, 2” main screen (the M2310 also has a small external color display) and music-dedicated keys. The M2510 is equipped with an FM radio. There is no information about their release dates, prices and whether they will bear the BEAT tag.

The S5200 is a slider with much more extras, but still not as advanced as the UltraTOUCH or even the Ultra S. It has a 3-megapixel camera, 2.1” screen (probably with QVGA resolution) and two-color body (the one on the picture is in black and red). At first glance, it seems that the display is not touch-sensitive and 3G is missing. Again, there is no info about the price and the release date. We’ll wait and see.

source: GSM Helpdesk Netherland (translated)

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