Two new and almost identical Samsung handsets have just appeared on the Web – Samsung S8000 and Samsung M8000 – confirming the South Korean company’s intentions to launch many touchscreen devices in 2009.
Neither of the handsets has a hardware keypad, and they both seem to feature 240 x 400 pixels touchscreen displays.
Also, they both have a hexagonal home button that kind of looks like a precious stone – but it’s most probably just plastic.
The first handset, Samsung S8000, comes with a 5MP autofocus camera equipped with a dual-LED flash. And that’s about all we know regarding its specs.
Here’s what the S8000 looks like:
The second new phone, Samsung M8000, features a 3.5mm headset jack and a touch-sensitive music key above its screen, so it might be marketed as a music phone. Like the S8000, M8000 has a camera with LED flash, but its Megapixel count is not known.
No details yet about the availability of Samsung S8000 and M8000, but the handsets will probably be officially unveiled sometime later this spring.
Source: King Mobile
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