Samsung surprised us all by showcasing two yet unannounced handsets at a Corby event we just visited. The Samsung S7070 full-touchscreen handset and the S5150 (codenamed Olivia) clamshell are mid-range handsets that mark the start of the new "Diva" design line of the Korean company.
The touch-driven Samsung S7070 packs a 5 megapixel autofocus camera and a 3" resistive touchscreen display with WQVGA resolution. It runs TouchWiz UI and packs a standard microUSB connector as well as Bluetooth connectivity. The features list continues with built-in FM radio and microSD card slot.
We are yet to learn more about the network connectivity capabilities of the Samsung S7070 as well as its pricing. That should happen pretty soon as the handset is planned to hit the shelves in Q1 of 2010.
The other leaked handset - Samsung S5150 Olivia is again a female-targeted style over function clamshell. Under the mirror panels hides an invisible secondary display that can show the current date, the time and the battery status.
Opening the shiny Samsung S5150 Olivia reveals a 2.2" display of QVGA resolution. The back of the phone hosts a 3 megapixel camera.
The Samsung S5150 Olivia should appear on the market in the first months of 2010 but there is no information about its pricing just yet.
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Give their products with much innovation fw or applications and icrease costumer service quality is more important rather than make much products with same feature with different design :)