Samsung has announced three new music phones, with the SGH-i450, SGH-F330 and SGH-F210 getting European launches.

The Samsung SGH-i450 is the two-way slider we previewed earlier this year that looks like its taken a few design notes from the N95. It offers touch wheel music navigation and is an HSDPA phone runs the Symbian S60 operating system.

The built-in speaker offers Bang & Olufsen developed ICEpower amplifier for what should be good sound quality.

Other features include 35MB internal memory, SD card slot and MP3, AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA, WMDRM sound format support.

The Samsung i450 will be available in Italy from the end of October and will be available in other European countries soon. The price is around 360 euros without subsidy.

The Samsung F330, the follow-up to the F300 is a dual face super-slim slider measuring 13.5mm. It offers HSDPA connectivity at 3.6mbps, a 2-megapixel camera, microSD slot for memory expansion up to 2GB.

The F330 has been launched in Germany in early October and will be launched in other European countries shortly. The price is around 260 euros without subsidy.

The Samsung F210 is another one of Samsung swiveling efforts and comes complete with necklace integrated ear buds.

The swing-open form factor is said to enhance the MP3 player functionality. The F210 has 1GB internal memory and a microSD slot for expandable memory up to 2GB.

The F210 has been launched in Germany in the middle of October and will be available in other European countries shortly. The price is around 280 euros without subsidy.

We've enquired as to when we can expect to see these models in the UK and will update the story when we know more.