New Samsung Windows Mobile devices revealed

Matt from Tracy and Matt’s Blog has received news from Expansys about some upcoming Samsung Windows Mobile devices. Two will apparently be powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 but one could be among the first Windows Mobile 6.5 devices to be announced.

The Samsung B2100 appears to be a follow up to the M110. It appears to be an entry point phone without 3G capabilities but will be IP54 certified (an environmental protection specification).

The Samsung Louve (development codename) is a keyboard slider that will run Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional and a customized interface. It will also come with a tilting screen and a 3.2MP camera.

The Samsung Pivot (development codename) appears to be the successor to the i780. It is expected to come with Windows Mobile 6.5. It should also come with a QWERTY thumb keyboard, A-GPS, Bluetooth, and a 5MP camera with LED flash.

There is no word on release dates and pricing.

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