Wireless carrier T-Mobile USA is reportedly going to release three new mobile phones from Samsung during this summer, namely the T359, T479 and the T669. The three new Samsung handsets will come with a sliding form factor, though the last two of them are side-sliding devices, while the first one comes with a portrait sliding QWERTY keyboard.
When it comes to the specifications these handsets
will arrive on the market with, we can count a 1.3-megapixel photo snapper for the Samsung T359, as well as Active Sync Exchange support and a full HTML web browser. According to TmoNews
, which brought these handsets to light, T-Mobile should release them all on June 23, with T359 being set to replace the older T349, currently available with the carrier.
The second device
in line, the T479, is expected to replace the Gravity 2, and should arrive under the name of Gravity 3. Sporting a 2.0 megapixel camera on the back and support for HSDPA 3.6 3G connectivity, the phone is expected to arrive in two color versions, Indigo and Rum and a blue/black combination, as seen in the image below. The phone will be added to one of the best selling franchises at T-Mobile, and should appeal to a wide range of users.
Samsung T669 completes the tri-fecta, bringing to the market a touchscreen display, coupled with the side-sliding QWERTY keyboard, and a 2.0 megapixel photo snapper. The new mobile phone is said to include the Dolphin browser, while boasting enough features to near the smartphone segment of the market. The handset
should include an “optimized” version of Touchwiz, though there are no exact details on what this would mean.
It still remains to be seen what price tags these three Samsung mobile phones will sport when being put on sale at T-Mobile, though one should expect them to prove rather affordable handsets.