Palm is readying a new smartphone named (or codenamed) Palm Ring P.
Unfortunately, we have almost no other details about the handset, except for the fact that, according to the Bluetooth SIG, it features Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and EDR. However, the Palm Ring P is almost certainly a webOS smartphone, since Palm announced that it’s through with Windows Mobile.
The Bluetooth SIG has also unveiled three upcoming Samsung handsets: F839, C6112 and E1390B.
Samsung F839 is a touchscreen phone that appears with China Telecom’s logo on it:
The features of Samsung F839 include:
- WQVGA touchscreen display
- CDMA / EVDO Rev. A connectivity
- 3MP camera
- Full Web browser
- FM radio
And finally, the Samsung E1390B is an entry-level candybar with a design reminiscent of the Samsung E1410.
The E1390B is already official in Romania and features a 1.63 inch screen with 128 x 128 pixels, dual-band GSM/GPRS connectivity (900/1800), dual speaker, music dedicated keys, FM radio, email and MicroSD card support. No word yet on the price of Samsung E1390, but it should be a low one.
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