The 2011 roadmap for Samsung handsets has been leaked to an Italian website called Telefonino and it points to an increased number of entry level handsets.
Three of these models are Android-based; the GT-B5510, the S5360 and the S5610. Oddly, the first model is running Android 2.2 Froyo while the other two will be running on Gingerbread.
The 5510 will have a 2.8-inch display wiht the two others sporting a 3-inch and a 2.4-inch screen. Telefonino says that the S5360 and the S5610 will come with a 320x240 pixels resolution; we have yet to encounter any Gingerbread handset with a resolution lower than HVGA.
The site also states that the B5510 will have a 800MHz chipset, a three-megapixel rear camera, Wi-Fi and a physical QWERTY keyboard.
The S5360 will sport a two megapixel camera and the S5610, the one with the smallest screen, will have a five-megapixel camera, 150MB onboard storage and support for HSDPA technology.
The three aforementioned handsets will replace the likes of the Galaxy Ace, the Europa and the Galaxy Mini. Samsung has yet to even confirm the existence of those handsets, let alone their pricing and release dates.