I'm not just saying this phone is stylish, it actually is called the Samsung Dual Touch Chic G400. It's one of three hot new phones the company has debuted at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, along with the F480 and F400 B&O Slider. Stop drooling!
The Chic, shown in the center of the photo, is a flip phone in which both the inside and the outside displays use touchscreen technology! It has a 5 megapixel camera, 100 MB memory, microSD expansion and FM radio. The metal shell is a striking silver, which is perfect for both men and women who want to be on the cutting edge of technology and style. This will be a hot seller once it's released in May, at which time it's expected to sell for $435.
On the left is the Samsung F480 which is almost identical to the Armani phone we featured a while back, just without the designer branding. It will have a 2.8" QVGA touchscreen, Croix OS with tactile feedback and a 5 megapixel camera, among other features. It will hit the market for about $550 around April.
On the right is the Samsung F400 B&O slider which is a two way slider phone similar to the Nokia N95 (we featured the limited edition Alexander Amosu version before.) If you slide it like a regular phone, it has a keypad like standard mobiles, but the slider can also be pushed the other way to reveal Bang and Olufsen speakers, a drool-worthy feature for any music buff. Close to the end of March it's expected to hit the market for close to $550.
For a refresher on the original Samsung F480, check out the Armani version. Below it is the limited edition gold and diamond Alexander Amosu Nokia N95.