There will be three more Samsung handsets coming our way courtesy of T-Mobile, where they include the Gravity 2, an unnamed Blast replacement and another nameless handset. All three of these will come with 3G connectivity, but apart from that very little else is known about them. The Gravity 2 seems to veer more towards a horizontal slider with a QWERTY keyboard, while the Samsung Blast replacement comes with more buttons on its keypad, which could mean it isn’t tucking away additional controls elsewhere. As for the unnamed touchscreen phone, this is said to be powered by similar software as the Samsung Memoir. Only time will tell how much these handsets will retail for.
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