Samsung Electronics has taken the wraps off two cellular phones that it says are the slimmest of their kind.The SGH-X820 is both slender at 6.9 millimeters and light at 66 grams, but it still manages to pack a 2-megapixel digital camera. The tri-band GSM phone comes in a candy-bar form factor. It will be available in Russia in June and then in other European markets.The SGH-D900 is the thinnest slider-type phone available, Samsung said. It is 13 millimeters thick and weighs 93 grams. There\u2019s a 3-megapixel digital camera, and the phone is a quad-band model.Both phones can play music in the MP3, AAC, AAC plus and Windows Media Audio formats. They come with MPEG 4 and H.263 video recording capability, Bluetooth, USB and PictBridge printing software. Both have 80MB of embedded memory.The X820 has a 1.9-inch screen with 176-by-220-pixel resolution, while the D900 has a 2.1-inch screen with 240-by-320-pixel resolution.The phones will be on show at the Sviaz ExpoComm 2006 exhibition that runs from May 10-13 in Moscow. Pricing was not announced.-Martyn Williams, IDG News ServiceFor related coverage, read Samsung Q1 \u2018Origami\u2019 Device Debuts in U.S.Check out our CIO News Alerts and Tech Informer pages for more updated news coverage.