Samsung has launched the U900 Soul, a slider style handset which combines the slimline build of the Ultra Series range with a powerful set of features, including the 'Magic Touch' touchscreen navigation system.
Samsung has coined the Magic Touch term because the Soul features a virtual keypad which sits beneath the main display. Basically, the icons on the virtual keypad change according to the way you are using the phone. So, if you're using the phone's music player, the keypad displays music controls, if you're using the camera, the keypad transforms into a camera control pad, and so on. It may not be magic, but it's certainly clever.
And the U900 Soul's not just a one trick pony. In addition to the 5 megapixel camera, the handset also boasts HSDPA data speeds and a Bang & Olufsen ICE amplifier and 3.5mm headset adaptor to bolster the music player.
See the Samsung Soul website for more info