Word is Samsung is showing off their new Smarthphone at CommunicAsia2002 in Singapore this week. They’ve also been promoting the M330, the replacement to the I300 that was due out in April.
The Bluechip, as it’s being called, is a clamshell design, eerily similar to the rumored Kyocera PDA/phone. It actually looks almost identical. In these designs, the graffiti area has been moved away from the screen to allow more viewing real estate. As with Samsung’s other products, it supports CDMA. It is 3.4″ x 2.1″ x .85″ and weighs in at 4.5 ounces.
They have also been showing off the I-330 or M-330, depending on which rumors you choose to believe. It’s a replacement to the popular I-300 that’s been out for a while, but suffers from a washed out color screen. For more info on this device, check out this story. Both of the new devices will be running Palm OS v4.1.