Samsung Launches Corby S3650 Exclusive For Youngsters

Recently at IFA 09, Samsung showcased the Corby, S3650, a mobile phone designed for youngsters. The Samsung Corby will be available across Europe later this month. It is a full-touch handset that supports Facebook, Twitter and MySpace.

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The device represents a complete makeover for the youth segment, with its eye-catching profile featuring two-tone diagonal contours. The Samsung Corby is notable for both its body design and colors which mark a significant break from the way full touch phones are usually designed. It is available in bold color options such as Jamaican Yellow, Cupid Pink, Minimal White, and Festival Orange so that users can choose their favorite colors.

The handset features a 2.8-inch QVGA TFT LCD touchscreen with 262K of color. The 2 megapixel camera with a CMOS sensor claims to capture all those special moments. The device supports various video file formats like H.263, MPEG4 and WMV along with audio file formats like Poly 64, SP-Midi, i-melody, MP3, AAC, AAC+ and WMA. The phone also throws in a FM radio with RDS.

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Measuring 103mm x 56.5mm x 12.0mm, this handset weighs only 93 grams. Along with the 960mAh battery, the Corby also incorporates various value added features like Pop-Up SNS, fashion jacket, Cartoon UI, One Finger zoom, dictionary and Smart Unlock. The handset supports EDGE/GPRS and Quad Band networks.

This handset is said to offer the best social networking services along with enhanced multimedia features. The Samsung Corby full-touch handset will be made available in Europe starting from mid-September. The handset is speculated to be price tagged at around €150 (approx. Rs. 10,497). It will be made available outside Europe later this month.

This handset really seems to be cool. So the Youngsters out there, do you really want to buy this one?

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Omkar Dutta

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