As part of their Mobile World Congress showcase, Samsung has announced the launch of the G810 mobile phone.

A slight tweak slash update of the capable G800, the new 103 x 52.9 x 17.9mm handset runs Symbian v9.2 S60 3rd Edition.

A 3.5G offering, the handset will give you 3.6Mbps speeds and also offers UMTS and EDGE as well as Wi-Fi connectivity with YouTube, Google search and maps and Gmail for when you are online.

Like the G800, there's a 5-megapixel camera complete with auto focus 3x optical zoom and Xenon flash.

Full GPS navigation with buzzword-of-the-day geo-tagging support makes this a Nseries-rivalling device.

We presume "Multi-format Audio & Video Support" means the major file formats will play while there's a 3.5mm jack for full-size headphones and TV-out for big screen fun.

Other features worthy of note are Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0.

Info is decidedly on the lite side from Samsung for their MWC launches so far, so we'll bring you more info, including availability and pricing when we can.