Samsung has made the thinnest phone in their Ultra Edition series even thinner with the new Ultra Edition 5.9.
The phone ousts the current thinnest phone in the market, the Ultra Edition 6.9 (X820) by being a complete millimeter thinner. It also sports a very obtuse V-like shape for the buttons, making it look a bit like the Bordeaux range of TVs and also Vertu phones. And if you try, you’ll find that it also resembles the Samsung Neo (N500) that Tata Indicom has.
The camera has been upgraded to 3.2 megapixels, but the rest of the feature set remains largely the same: tri-band GSM, Bluetooth, audio/video player, TV output and 80 MB of memory with no microSD slot.
There has been no official release and we don’t even know the model number yet, but the phone is expected to reach European markets by March this year.