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Samsung plans three new mystery phones

Samsung's plan to make a phone in every shape and size continues, with three mystery phones in the works.

Samsung's plan to make a phone in every shape and size continues, with three mystery phones in the works.

A shipping manifest from India spotted by SamMobile reveals the trio of forthcoming phones, with only model numbers and a couple of screen sizes to go on.

The new phones are listed as the SM-G3815, SM-G9105, and SM-G7102. Also listed is the SM-G730A, the older Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini.

All we know about the potential new phones is that the SM-G3815 sports a resolution of 960x540 pixels, marking it as probably an entry-level or mid-range device.

Samsung's policy of throwing loads of phones at the wall to see what sticks has paid off, driving the Korean company to become the biggest phone manufacturer in the world. Next month, Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 3 phablet and possibly enter the wearable technology market with the hotly-rumoured Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch.

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