Photos: Samsung's i7110

Mobile giant uses the Smartphone Show as a showcase to tease users with its latest products.

It was only announced on Monday, but Samsung was showing off its new Symbian-based

i7110 at this week's Smartphone Show.

Our first impressions are that it looks pleasant enough, feels quite solid and has a bumper features set. In fact, we can't wait to get our hands on a device for review.

Samsung was also showing off a few other devices at the event, including the Symbian-based L870 slider.

Take a look at the gallery for a sneak peak at what the handsets look like.

Featured Resources

Managing security risk and compliance in a challenging landscape

How key technology partners grow with your organisation

Download now

Evaluate your order-to-cash process

15 recommended metrics to benchmark your O2C operations

Download now

AI 360: Hold, fold, or double down?

How AI can benefit your business

Download now

Getting started with Azure Red Hat OpenShift

A developer’s guide to improving application building and deployment capabilities

Download now

Recommended

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G review: Exquisitely crafted
Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G review: Exquisitely crafted

18 Jan 2021
Samsung Galaxy S21 first look: Contour of the Galaxy
Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy S21 first look: Contour of the Galaxy

14 Jan 2021
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra first look: Big has never looked so beautiful
Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra first look: Big has never looked so beautiful

14 Jan 2021
Samsung LC34J791 review: A very tempting screen
monitors

Samsung LC34J791 review: A very tempting screen

14 Dec 2020

Most Popular

IT retailer faces €10.4m GDPR fine for employee surveillance
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

IT retailer faces €10.4m GDPR fine for employee surveillance

18 Jan 2021
Citrix buys Slack competitor Wrike in record $2.25bn deal
collaboration

Citrix buys Slack competitor Wrike in record $2.25bn deal

19 Jan 2021
Should IT departments call time on WhatsApp?
communications

Should IT departments call time on WhatsApp?

15 Jan 2021