Sony Ericsson's been announcing new models at a pretty nice clip lately -- and seeing how we've seen at least two of these handsets in the wild already, we've no reason to cast too much doubt on Cellpassion's claim that the company will be announcing the W380i, K660i, and W890i on Tuesday. Starting at the bottom, the W380i is a clamshell that we caught an all-too-brief glimpse of a few months back; it replaces the W300i, and although 3G apparently isn't in the cards here, it'll feature the gesture-based control for its music player that Sony Ericsson's been including on some of its latest models. The K660i (pictured) rocks HSDPA 2100 alongside quadband EDGE, and it'll up the standard for web browsing among Sony Ericsson's dumbphones by allowing landscape browsing and using an actual mouse pointer for navigation; this one's pretty much a lock since they've already thrown up the official product page for it. Finally, the W890i replaces the W880i and includes 3G, gesture control, and a 3.2 megapixel cam. Just a few more hours 'til we get to celebrate or debunk this spread, eh?