G810, F480, G400, and F400 out of the way, Samsung has (expectedly) rocked Mobile World Congress with a boatload of devices to fill every last segment of the market. Let's have a look, shall we?
- The i200 (pictured) is a relatively simple Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard candybar with a 2 megapixel cam, 3G data, microSD expansion, and the typical QVGA display. It should break below the €200 mark and will hit shelves in spring.
- The L170 is a thin candybar -- just 10.7mm -- that fills in the low end at a €175 asking price with a 2 megapixel camera when it launches in March.
- The J150 goes even further downmarket than the L170, but manages to squeeze its guts into a 9.9mm shell with Bluetooth, an FM radio, microSD slot, and a 1.3 megapixel camera for €125-130.
- The J700 is a relatively attractive slider with a 1.3 megapixel camera, 160 x 128 display, and microSD slot, while still staying on the low end at €130-140. It'll be available in March.
- The L770 kicks up the style factor a couple notches and throws UMTS into the equation, along with a 2 megapixel camera, FM radio, and availability in a range of colors when it hits in April for €260-280.
- The E251 is a slider that'll ring a bell for many Samsung owners, looking a heck of a lot like the E250 it replaces. In fact, it's the same thing -- it just adds a dedicated music key. Whoopee! It'll be available for €120-130.
- The W350 is a mobile TV clamshell supporting DMB -- not a lot of good for DVB-H-loving Europe, but appropriate for South Korea. If you're cool with the 2.2 inch display, anyway. No word on release or pricing for this one.
- Speaking of DVB-H, the P960 is just such a device with a healthier 2.6 inch QVGA display, slider form factor, 3 megapixel camera, and support for picture-in-picture. This one apparently hasn't been blessed for release yet, and there's some debate as to whether it ever will be (yes, please).