AT&T now offers a phone called Samsung Magnet. Actually there are two models of it, the A257 and A177, and they're both available. The former comes in orange-black and is selling for just $19, on a two-year contract and after $30 mail-in rebate. The latter is the same spec-wise, but comes in pitch black color for $99.99 without contract.
Verizon's Samsung Omnia owners can now upgrade their handset to Windows Mobile 6.5, as an unofficial WM6.5 ROM has surfaced online yesterday. The GSM version of the said ROM was available for a while now, and the new CDMA works fine and stable as well. Visit Modaco's website for installation instructions if you're ready to flash your handset.
Samsung presented two new handsets for the general public, the Preston and Star. They're pretty similar to each other, with the Preston supporting HSDPA, while the Star features a larger 3" display (2.8" on Preston). Their other features include FM radio, 3.2Mpix camera, and Bluetooth. Wi-Fi is unfortunately lacking.
MetroPCS has recently launched the Samsung Tint for its customers. The said phone is AWS-enabled, does GPS, supports the carrier's ChatLINK "push-to-talk social networking tool," voice recognition, and has changeable faceplates (pink and grey ones included).