Someone's a very busy little phone manufacturer. Four new music handsets have quietly appeared on the Samsung website, ranging from the entry-level to middle-market. If you hate touch-screens, these ones are for you.
Specs-wise, they won't be troubling the likes of Samsung's recently announced Omnia family of smartphones, or the whizzy 800Mhz CPU-packing Jet, but they do all have dedicated music controls and that all-important 3.5mm audio jack.
From the top down: The S6700 is a slider with HSDPA support (up to 3.6Mbps), a 2.4-inch QVGA LCD display, three-meg camera with autofocus and dual LED flash, GPS, Bluetooth and USB. Only 120MB internal, but the microSD card supports cards up to 16GB.
C5510 is also a midrange slider though at slightly lower spec - smaller screen at 2.2 inches, two-megapixel snapper without autofocus, 3G, Bluetooth, USB, and microSD.
Then you get the M2510, with no 3G, but DNSe audio tech, FM radio, and a microSD slot supporting cards up to 8GB. 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and USB too.
The clamshell M2310 sports a two-inch QQVGA (acronym for 'nothing to get excited about') non-touch display, and secondary front one on the front. Quadband, VGA camera, Bluetooth, USB and a microSD slot to beef up the phone's 8MG of internal round out the entry level specs.