By January 27, 2009

Samsung to release new Windows Mobile handsets

Our friends over at eXpansys have just given us some news about several new handsets that Samsung are planning to release ‘early in 2009’. The lineup will apparently include two new Windows Mobile devices and one, the Samsung ‘Pivot’ aims to be among the first devices to be powered by WM 6.5!

There isn’t much information to be had at the moment but the key features are listed below. We’re trying to find out more at the moment!


Samsung B2100 

A follow up from the Samsung Solid M110, the Samsung B2100 shares many of the same features with the older B2700 but skips the 3G, flash and pedometer features. Like the B2700 it will be IP54 certified, adding to its “tough phone” credentials.


Samsung B2100


Samsung Louve (Code Name)

Looking very much like a TyTN II and running Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. A 3.2 MP camera and tilting screen with a customised interface (like the widgets found on the i900) the Louve looks like an interesting handset.


Could the Samsung Louve look something like this?


Samsung Pivot (Code Name)

A follow up to the Samsung i780, the Pivot will be one of the first handsets to feature Windows Mobile 6.5. On board you’ll find a 5MP camera, QWERTY thumb board, LED flash, AGPS, Bluetooth, Wifi and host of other features.


Posted by: Matt

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