We’ve got four unannounced (and unseen until now) phones to show you today, coming from two giant manufacturers and a not so giant one: Nokia 5233, Samsung C3630, Philips X605 and Philips X100.
It’s not clear yet what are the novelties the 5233 brings, but most of its features are probably similar to the ones the 5230 has: 3.2 inches touchscreen display with 360 x 640 pixels, GPS, 3.5mm headset jack and a 2MP camera.
Next we have the Samsung C3630 / C3630C, a candybar that should be released via China Mobile. We don’t know much about the C3630, but it seems to be a mid to low-end handset:
Moving on, the Philips Xenium X605 is a touchscreen phone with a 3.2MP autofocus camera and an alphanumeric keypad:
And finally, the Philips X100 is a camera-less phone that should be really cheap:
There’s also a new photo of the Android-powered Motorola XT701, which may or may not be the rumored Motorola Sholes Tablet:
No info yet about the release dates of these new handsets.
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