Jasper Morrison has designed the Samsung SGH-E590 phone which is more suited for business suits instead of teens. The handset features a 3MP camera located behind and a 1.8 inch 262k color display in front, an integrated MP3 player and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity. The Samsung SGH-E590 will be released in Europe, China, and South East Asia regions this month at a yet undisclosed price.
The SGH-i620 is Samsung’s latest slider phone. This sleek and stylish handset boasts a 2.0MP shooter, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, microSD card slot, full QWERTY keypad, and Windows Mobile. Sadly, there is no word on pricing and availability yet.
The Samsung E210 clamshell phone is loaded with functions including email capability, Web access, QWERTY keyboard, 16.5mm-thin, 1.3MP camera, monochrome external display, 65K color OLED screen, 176×144/15 fps video capture, 10MB of Internal memory with microSD memory card slot, Bluetooth, and USB connectivity. The GSM phone also offers GPRS class 10 connectivity. It will be available in Europe for $200.
Softbank Japan has released the Fullface 913SH mobile phone. This slider has a 2.8 inch QVGA (280 x 400) display supporting 260k colors, 2MP camera and 1MP camera in the front for video conferencing. The handset also has a built in Micro SD card slot for up to 2GB. The 913SH sports HSDPA for high speed net connectivity at up to 3.6 Mbps, Infrared and Bluetooth A2DP. In addition, it features touch sensitive controls below the display for controlling the music player, etc. Measuring 50mm × 108mm × 16.8mm and weighing 125grams, the Softbank Fullface 913SH will hit stores in Japan from July this year.
The CT-6618 packs in a 5MP camera, 3 inch QVGA touchscreen supporting 262k colors, Dual Band GSM, Bluetooth A2DP, 87MB onboard memory and T-Flash card slot up to 2GB. Its built-in media player plays audio and video files and you can watch the videos on the large screen via TV out. The CT-6618 retails at just $280 at Brando.
The Nokia 3109 classic provides 2,000 entry phone book and a large keypad for your easy typing and 256k color screen display. Its battery also offers 4 hours of talking or 16 days stand-by time. Other specs include mini-USB, IrDA, Bluetooth and GPRS connectivity, integrated handsfree, Organizer with calendar, to-do list and notes and E-mail client with attachments. The calendars and to-do lists can be synchronize with your PC through mini USB connection. Nokia 3109 classic will be available at Q2 2007 for around $190. Read the list of specs after the jump!