According to the latest news on the Web, Samsung might announce at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona next month three new handsets. The new mobile phones to come from the maker seem to be the Samsung Louve, the Samsung Pivot and the Samsung B2100, the last one having been spotted for the first time about four months ago.
The Samsung B2100 is reported to be the follower of the Samsung Solid M110 and of B2700, and is expected to come along with a rather rugged design and to include, among other features, 3G connectivity, a flash and a pedometer. The phone will be IP54 certified, and comes as a great option for users with a rather tough lifestyle.
The second device is codenamed Samsung Louve at the moment and is reported to resemble the TyTN II, at least in what its design is concerned. The handset will sport Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional and will include a 3.2-megapixel snapper and tilting screen with a customizable interface. Some say that it will share the i900 Omnia's tweak-ready interface.
The last of the three, Samsung Pivot, is expected to hit the market as a follower of the Samsung i780
. This mobile phone would run on Windows Mobile 6.5 and is expected to sport a 5.0-megapixel camera, QWERTY keyboard, LED flash, AGPS, Bluetooth and WiFi, as well as a nice range of other features.
The specs on the three new Samsung handsets have surfaced on eXpansys, which states that they are also expected to launch in early 2009. There are no images of the phones leaked at the moment, nor are there more specific feature lists, prices or availability dates, yet details are expected to appear in the near future. Samsung might unveil the devices at MWC in February and more info on them will be available at that time.