Samsung can’t keep churning out high-end, 8 megapixel cameraphones like the Pixon M8800 and pretend that everything’s alright. No, they’ve got to cover other market segments, too, including the low-end to mid-range where usability more than form or function is needed.
This is probably why they are working on the handset that we’ve got pictured here, which were told is going to be called the Samsung Delve, and will hit U.S. Cellular by mid-November of this year.
Like many other Samsung touchscreen handsets, it will have the TouchWiz UI, and it is said that even in its current beta state, it’s very stable. It might remind you of the Samsung Instinct, or Samsung F480 Tocco, or both, but it’s a different handset altogether that will be coming to the pocket-friendly sections of your favorite mobile phone store soon.
Here’s a full list of its specs:
- 3.0-inch touch screen
- On-screen QWERTY keyboard
- Second generation TouchWiz interface
- Customizable widgets
- 2 megapixel camera
- Pre-loaded Toneroom, Facebook, Myspace, and various games
- Threaded email and SMS
- HTML browser
- Navigation software
- Bluetooth including A2DP
No word yet on pricing, but as mentioned above, watch out for its release by mid-November.
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