Samsung showcased a slew of new phones for the US tonight at an event in New York City:
- SGH-ZX10: Samsung's first 3G (WCDMA/UMTS) phone for Cingular. This compact clamshell phone also features quad-band GSM, a microSD memory card slot, MP3 player, swivel 1.3 megapixel camera with LED flash, streaming video playback, speakerphone, a large monochrome external display, and infrared. Available early next year.
- SPH-A900: Ultra-thin (14.7 mm) clamshell CDMA phone for Sprint with EVDO high-speed data. Also features 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and advanced speech recognition. Available by the end of this year.
- SPH-A920: Clamshell CDMA music phone similar to the A950, but for Sprint. Features EVDO high-speed data, streaming video, MP3 player with external controls, microSD memory card slot, 1.3 megapixel camera with LED flash, PictBridge, Bluetooth, speakerphone, voice recognition (dictation), internal antenna, and dual color displays. Available by the end of this year.
- SGH-T709: Thin slider phone for T-Mobile with Wi-Fi, EDGE, 1.3 megapixel camera, MP3 player, internal antenna, and speakerphone. Available 1st quarter 2006.
- SCH-i830: An alternate version of the company's i730 CDMA Windows Mobile device with GSM in place of Wi-Fi, enabling global roaming, including GPRS data. Otherwise identical to the i730, including version 2003 of Windows Mobile for Pocket PC. Available by the end of this year. (not pictured)
- SGH-D357: GSM clamshell with Push-To-Talk for Cingular. Also features Bluetooth, speakerphone, and speaker-independent voice dialing. Available this month, or pending launch of Cingular Push-To-Talk service. (not pictured)