Samsung keeps pumping out the phones, launching 164 handsets this year, and they just added three more CDMA DMB units to their ever-growing collection. This time around, they’re launching the SCH-B300 swiveling phone (pictured), the SCH-B360 slider, and the SCH-B330 flip phone.
The spiffy looking SCH-B300 comes with a twisting QVGA display, TV-out, IrDA, satellite DMB reception, and a more than decent 2.0 megapixel digital camera to snap your spur of the moment pics. Rock your tunes with the MP3 playback capabilities and microSD expansion. The slider and clamshell cousins of this EV-DO handset sport similar specs and features, except the B330 adds another megapixel to its camera, with a 3.0MP sensor, as well as Bluetooth capabilities. I think it’s safe to assume that they’ll come with USB connectivity as well.
Like most of their units, they’re unlikely to be picked up by any American service providers any time soon, but you should able to special order them from Korea.