Samsung Mythic & Flight Smartphones Launch

Posted: Nov 5 2009, 8:12am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:18pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Smartphones, smartphones everywhere. Today Samsung announced the availability of two new TouchWiz packin' smartphones. The Mythic has a 3.3" touchscreen, 3.2 MP camera, AT&T Navigator and stereo Bluetooth capabilities. The Flight has a sliding QWERTY keyboard, touchscreen, 2 MP camera, AT&T Navigator and stereo Bluetooth.

In terms of price, the Mythic costs a baffling $249.99 before a $50 mail-in rebate (if you get a 2 year contract). Warning; this rebate takes the form of a "$50 AT&T Promotional Card". To be entirely honest, you'll get a lot more bang for your buck if you just spend an equal amount of cash on an iPhone.

The Flight is somewhat more reasonably priced. $149.99 (with a 2 year contract) before a $50 rebate (same caveat as before, the rebate comes in card form) isn't terrible. Both of these new smartphones will be available starting November 8th. Any of you have your eyes on one of these new Sammy devices? Let me know why in the comments. I'm genuinely curious.

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