Photos: Samsung F480, G810, i780, F490 and Soul

At this year's Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced more handsets than anyone else but we've rounded up the cream of the crop -- the Samsung F480, G810, i780, F490 and Soul

It would be a massive understatement to say that Samsung announced a few new phones at the Mobile World Congress this year. We've simply never seen so many handsets being unveiled in one go and some of them were pretty good, too.

We spent some quality time with some of the best ones so that you can see what's going to be on offer from Samsung this year. From touchscreen tigers to camera commandos, Samsung is laying down the gauntlet in almost every mobile segment.

Samsung F480
The first phone to draw our attention was the Samsung F480 , a touchscreen beauty that comes laden with features and boasts a new fancy interface. If you look closely you'll see an option on the bottom right of the screen that allows you to add widgets to the start screen.

The F480 feels a lot less rushed than the F700 , which we recently reviewed. This is a much slicker phone that looks and feels like a quality product on the inside and outside. Its features do it justice too, with a veritable jamboree of things on offer.

There's HSDPA (3.5G) for fast access to the Internet, vibrating feedback from the touchscreen so you know when you've touched the screen, a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and an expandable microSD slot. All of this combined with the large screen makes an attractive offering.

Click on the next page for more pictures and information on Samsung's many new handsets. -Anrdew Lim

Update: a Samsung Soul hands-on video  is now on the site

Further update: Read our full Samsung Soul U900 review , our full Samsung i780 review and our full Samsung Tocco review .

 

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