Samsung's Ultra Edition range will get a revamp with their new Soul, a 7.2Mbps HSDPA cellphone which, at only 12.9mm thick, it comes with auto focus 5MP camera, 2.2" 320 x 240 pixel full-color display, SD slot and a touchpad display system that will morph the user interface, changing icons according to the application you are using. For example, in music mode playback controls will appear, but whilst sending an SMS these will be replaced with editing functions. The rest of the specs are quite nice too.
Yeah, it sounds like an N95 without the Safari-based (WebKit) browser, without the GPS, without the 8GB built-in storage, with a 2.2 inch screen instead of 2.8 inch screen, without the 332MHz ARM11 CPU (the Samsung is almost 100% surely an ARM 9) and 128MB RAM, without 3D hardware acceleration with OpenGL ES 1.1 support, without the Symbian OS that you can get a billion native applications for, without TV-out so you can connect it to a television to show movies or photos, and of course all the bundled software, such as the apps that lets you use Microsoft Office files, the PDF reader, ZIP-file handler, RealPlayer, etc.. But yeah, otherwise the same. :)