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Samsung Gravity 2, more for T-Mobile leaked

updated 01:15 pm EDT, Wed May 6, 2009

Samsung phones leaked

Three new Samsung handsets are coming to wireless provider T-Mobile, according to a source that managed to snap and post these images. The source also corroborates an earlier report that had Samsung's first Android-powered device, the i7500, releasing at T-Mobile in the fall, or early in November to be more specific. The other three new handsets include the Gravity 2, an unnamed Blast replacement and another nameless handset. All are said to support 3G voice and data networks, with little other information known about the devices.

The Gravity 2 appears to be a horizontal slider that reveals a QWERTY keyboard, which looks like it will be available in at least the red/pink and graphite/orange colors. The Samsung Blast replacement packs more buttons onto its keypad, suggesting it does not open up to reveal any more controls.

The unnamed touchscreen phone is apparently running on the same software as the Samsung Memoir, including the TouchWiz interface. Otherwise, the device has a 3-megapxiel camera and will be offered in two colors. Contract pricing for the handset will apparently be very attractive. [via TmoNews forums]


Samsung Gravity 2 (red and orange) and Blast replacement (green)







Unnamed Samsung QWERTY flip phone







Unnamed Samsung touchscreen cellphone









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