Samsung is presenting fifty (yes 50!) new cell phones at CommunicAsia in Singapore. Most of them are CDMA models solely aimed at the Asian market but a few of them are GSM capable. Some of them have interesting features like a TV output, WiFi, Windows Mobile, push e-mail. The SPH-M7000 with Windows Mobile, Internet Marathon Graphics Acelerator, WiFi, Qwerty keyboard and side sliding screen looks very interesting, however this phone won't ship outside Asia. Here's a list of all GSM capable phones:
SGH-D600 - Update to the D500. Features include: 2 megapixel camera, music player, Bluetooth, 262K color screen, TV output support, and a TransFlash slot.
SGH-X810 - Small and light phone with lots of memory. With a weight of just 85 grams, the Samsung X810 still manages 80MB of memory plus a TransFlash slot. Also: 262K color screen, jog wheel, Bluetooth and megapixel camera.
SGH-i750 - A varient of the i730 which will begin shipping on Verizon Wireless shortly. The i750 does not have a QWERTY keyboard, and is GSM, but is still packed with features. Includes: WiFi, Bluetooth, 2 megapixel camera, Windows Mobile, 192MB RAM, TV output, and dual speakers.
SGH-D550 - Business oriented phone similar in design to the Motorola MPx. Features include: BlackBerry push email, 262K color display, Bluetooth, and a megapixel camera.
SGH-E760 - Feature packed clamshell design phone. Includes: Megapixel camera, 262K color display, gesture recognition, music player, Bluetooth, digital compass, dual speakers with a digital power amp and a weight of 95 grams.
Also, while not destined for America, there was a very neat CDMA handset loaded with features.
SPH-M7000 - A Windows Mobile Pocket PC with the Intel Marathon Graphic Accelerator. Other features include EV-DO, WiFi, QWERTY keyboard and side sliding screen that makes this handset look similar to the T-Mobile Sidekick.