After a wave of leaked, unofficial Samsung phones, it was about time for at least some of them to become official.
In consequence, the South Korean manufacturer has just announced, in Russia, the following handsets: Samsung E2100, Samsung E1125, Samsung E1070 and Samsung E1100.
All four phones are entry-level models that support dual-band GSM frequencies (900 / 1800 MHz) and have two features in common: Mobile Tracking and SOS Messaging. Thus, they’re probably targeted for Eastern Europe and emerging Asian markets – like China and India.
Samsung E2100 seems to be the most interesting among the new handsets, coming with Bluetooth 2.0, a 128 x 160 pixels display, a VGA camera, FM radio and an overall nice design:
Samsung E1125 loses the camera but keeps the FM radio. Its appearance is similar to the one of E2100, although it looks somewhat cheaper:
Samsung E1100 and Samsung E1070 are really on the low-end side, the sole notable feature being the integrated flashlight (which is only present in the E1100).
Pricing details are currently missing, but none of the new phones should cost too much.
Via Samsung Russia
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