No less than four new Samsung phones have just appeared on the Web, all of them being T-Mobile bound and none of them being officially announced.
The best part is that, according to a post made at the TmoNews Forums, all devices are 3G-enabled and they should be out before November 2009.
First on the list is the Samsung Gravity 2 – which will obviously replace the first-generation Gravity, currently sold by T-Mobile for $49.99.
The Gravity 2 has an alphanumeric and a sliding QWERTY keypad and appears in two color versions (Red/Pink and Graphite/Orange), alongside the Samsung T349 that will come as a replacement for Samsung Blast:
Next we have a full-touch, unnamed Samsung handset:
It has a 3MP camera, runs on the TouchWiz UI (like Samsung Memoir) and it should come for an affordable price.
Finally, there’s another QWERTY-equipped handset from Samsung, featuring two displays and a clamshell design:
The name of this phone is also unknown, but it should be released sometime during the summer.
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- Photos: Samsung T669, T479 (Gravity 3) and T359 for T-Mobile USA