Samsung has introduced a pair of media-centric dumbphones for AT&T, called the Flight II (pictured left) and the Eternity II (pictured right).
The Flight II features a 2Mpix camera, microSD slot supporting up to 16GB, a full HTML browser, a switch from the original Flight's portrait QWERTY to landscape, and support for AT&T's Video Share service. The Flight II's available right now as a RadioShack exclusive for $50 on a 2-year contract.
The Eternity II lacks the keyboard, expands supported storage up to 32GB, includes "smart gestures" for the touchscreen display, and carries over the original Eternity's support for AT&T's FLO-based Mobile TV service. It will be available from AT&T stores starting August 15th for an unannounced price.