Arne over at the::unwired points us to a blog post from U.K. phone dealer eXpansys that says Samsung has a couple of new Windows Mobile phones coming out in "early 2009."
Up first is a TyTN II (and AT&T Tilt) -type phone, code-named "Louve." It's said to sport Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, a 3.2-MP camera, and, of course, the tilting screen. It's also said to have the same sort of customized UI that we saw with the Omnia.
Next is the "Pivot." This is a follow to the i780, which never made it to the U.S., though we know its cousin, the Epix. Anyway, the Pivot is rumored to have a 5-MP autofocus camera with flash, QWERTY keyboard (not known is if it's front-facing), aGPS, Bluetooth, WiFi — the usual fare.
And speaking of the i780, it just got an official update to Windows Mobile 6.1 (for U.K., Italian and Nordic flavors). So if you've got one, go get it. [via]