Samsung has already had a busy MWC 2010 show: we've seen the announcement of the new Wave mobile phone based upon the bada OS. The company has also announced news of a second high-end touchscreen phone but, this time, packing a Texas Instruments DLP pico projector. It's currently unknown whether the Samsung i8520's basic OS will be bada or Android 2.1 but, what we do know, is that the phone will include TouchWiz 3.0, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, DivX support, HD video recording, Bluetooth 2.1, a 3.5mm headphone socket, 8-megapixel autofocus camera and 2GB of internal memory.
The company is also talking about a Wi-Fi version of its popular Corby phone called the Samsung Ch@t B3410W. There's also more internal memory - 2GB - but, apart from that, the specifications are the same as the B3410 CorbyPlus.
Finally, look out for a new budget phone based upon a candybar chassis. The Samsung E2370 includes a 1.77in TFT screen, a dual audio speaker, Bluetooth 2.1, a torch, FM radio, a mobile tracker and a long life battery.
The release dates and prices of Samsung i8520, Ch@t B3410W and E2370 are not known at the moment.
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