Word is out about the Samsung G810, one of the most anticipated new handsets expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress next week in Barcelona. Several blog sites have posted preview specs; it looks as though the G810, a followup to the G800, will be similar to Nokia’s N95, including a 2.6-inch display, a host of connectivity acronyms GSM, HDSPA, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Instead of running Windows Mobile, like the G800, the G810 will run Symbian’s S60 platform.
Other highlights include a high-end 5-megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom and auto-focus, 150 MB of internal memory and a microSD slot.
The G810 is expected to retail for about $859.