Samsung Shark S5350, S5550 and S3550 announced
Samsung has just announced a new range of phones called Samsung Shark.
Targeted at “active, multimedia-hungry users who value style and design as much as they value constant access to their social networks, friends and family”, the new range includes, for the beginning, three phones: Samsung Shark S5350, Samsung Shark 2 S5550 and Samsung Shark 3 S3550 – all of which should be available starting this month.
All three handsets integrate SNS (Social Networking Services), providing one-click access to popular services like MySpace, Facebook, Bebo and others.
The first phone, Samsung Shark S5350, is a 11.9mm thin candybar that features a QVGA display, HSDPA, updated GUI designs, multi-instant messenger (GTalk, Palringo Chat, AIM), 3.2MP camera, 100MB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support.
Next we have the Samsung Shark 2 S5550 – a phone that we’ve seen before. The S5550 combines Kevlar and metallic surfaces and is presented by Samsung as a “futuristic fluid slider”. The handset features a QVGA AMOLED display, HSDPA, 5MP autofocus camera with video recording (QVGA at 30fps), 110MB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support.
Finally, the Samsung Shark 3 S3550 is also a slider, coming with a QVGA screen, “innovative UI”, GSM/EDGE connectivity, 2MP camera, 40MB of internal memory and MicroSD card slot.
Samsung didn’t unveil the exact prices of S5350, S5550 and S3550, but the phones will be affordable anyway.