Samsung C5010 Squash and Samsung R631 2Thumb coming soon

We have some details on two upcoming Samsung phones, the C5010 and the R631 – both of them are entry-level devices, although they target different categories of users.

The Samsung C5010 (also called Samsung Squash) is a candybar that resembles the Shark S5350, but it has fewer features. The C5010 Squash comes with 3G (2100/900) and quad-band GSM connectivity, a 2 inch display with just 128 x 160 pixels, Music player, FM radio, 1.3MP camera and MicroSD card support.

Samsung C5010 Squash should be out this month for less than $125 (€100). The phone looks like this:

As for the Samsung R631 (previously seen included in Cricket’s 2010 line-up), it will apparently be called Samsung 2Thumb. The phone features a full QWERTY keyboard, 2.6 inch QVGA touchscreen display, EV-DO, stereo Bluetooth, MP3 player, 2MP camera, and MicroSD card support.

Cricket should launch the Samsung 2Thumb in the third quarter of 2010 for $199 sans contract. MetroPCS might also get the phone.

Via Mobil.czBluetooth SIG

Author: Florin

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