Samsung put out on display two phones that have not been announced yet. And as one can expect, they got covered on the Internet.
These phones flag off a whole new line of Samsung phones called the Diva. The first phone is a full touchscreen phone that has a 3” resistive touch display with a WQVGA resolution.
It is running the TouchWiz UI, has a 5MP autofocus camera, a microSD expansion slot, Bluetooth and even FM radio.
This is the S7070 and it is apparently coming out in the first quarter of 2010. The back of the phone is white with a diamond patterned texture.
Next we have a flip phone, the S5150 Olivia. Olivia has a slim body, smooth interiors and a stunning face. Yes, I am talking about the phone. It has the same diamond shaped texture on its front as the S7070 and there it has a camera and a secondary (looks like OLED) display. Just look at the live photos gathered by GSMArena. The main display on the inside is 2.2inch with a QVGA resolution. The camera is 3MP. It is likely to appear around the same time as the S7070.
As you can guess from a name like Diva, these are phones that are designed to attract the fairer sex. Yeah so you might think about gifting one of these to your lady love. Or if you are the lady, just talk a lot about how much you like the phones. If he still does not get it, hit him on the head with your netbook with this webpage open. Let him figure it out with an icepack over his head. You got time though, the release does not happen till early next year. No word on the pricing yet but I have a feeling that they would be priced similarly.
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