The Samsung E950 comes with a 3 megapixel camera and a fashionable metal finish. The handset is among the first Samsung mobiles said to include a new graphical user interface. The touch-sensitive control is performed through a small (1.2") touch-sensitive 65K colors OLED display. Interacting with the user interface on the small display is immediately transferred to the main 2" 262K color TFT display with a QVGA resolution.
In terms of connectivity, the Samsung E950 is limited to tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE network support plus stereo Bluetooth and USB. Other features include FM radio, TV out jack and a microSD memory card slot used to expand the available 70MB of integrated memory.
The Samsung J600 on the other hand has a 1.3 megapixel camera, a 65K color TFT display with a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels, Bluetooth (no stereo), and a microSD memory card slot. Among the highlights is that it comes in a number of lively color variations. Specs are nothing special but let’s not forget that it’s the first handset with touch sensitive controls for the budget conscious users.
The new Samsung F210 builds on the already announced at CeBIT 2007 Samsung F200 by adding a 2 megapixel camera, a smoother design and 1GB of integrated memory. The memory is expandable through the microSD memory card slot (unlike Samsung X830) and is more than enough to get you started (unlike Samsung F200 with its meager 5 (read five) MB). The display of this baby is 1.46" 262K color TFT one with a resolution of 128 x 220 pixels.