updated 10:40 am EDT, Wed April 25, 2007
Making use of the S60 summit in Madrid, Samsung has announced a new smartphone, the SGH-i400 (click below for a larger image). The company is heavily promoting the use of S60, which is typically not found in Samsung products; some features of the OS include multitasking and the ability to install new, downloaded programs.
Distinguishing features of the phone include a slider keypad, a two-megapixel camera, and a 2.3-inch display, which may or may not be a touchscreen. More mundane confirmed features are Bluetooth, music playback and stereo speakers. The 400 will be launched in Russia in July of this year, with European countries receiving the product later.