That Samsung i6500 Saturn, of which we first heard about one month ago, is indeed an Android smartphone, and it’s also Google-branded.
The first images of the i6500 / i6500U Saturn have appeared today at Mobile-review, showing it to be a full-touch smartphone, probably without a QWERTY keyboard.
The Samsung Saturn has a photo camera on the back and it features Wi-Fi, but other than that we still don’t know too many things about its specs – not to mention the fact that its release date is also a mystery for now. Anyway, here’s what the handset looks like:
Another unannounced Samsung phone spotted today is the Samsung SCH-i899, which seems to be a Windows Mobile handset:
Reportedly, the specs of Samsung SCH-i899 include a 3.5 inch AMOLED touchscreen display with 320 x 480 pixels, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, MicroSD card support and a 3MP camera. The i899 will apparently be launched in China first.
There are also new photos of the Samsung i8180 / i8180C, which should also hit China soon:
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