Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Samsung Launches S3650 Corby Touchscreen Cell Phone For Social Networking Teens

Snapshot by Brian James Kirk ; Source: Mobile Burn

Samsung has launched the S3650 Corby, an affordable touchscreen handset designed for teen mobile users. The Corby has a contoured design and comes in yellow, white, orange, and pink with additional interchangeable and fashionable back covers available.

The device is built on Samsung's finger-friendly Touchwiz user interface. TouchWiz should look sharp on the Corby's 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreen display, which also includes haptic feedback. Users can download new widgets for the user interface through Samsung's online store with the phone's GSM/EDGE data connectivity. Through Samsung's Social Networking Service, users can update their status across their favorite social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace.

Users can also upload content, like photos and videos created with the Corby's 2.0 megapixel camera, to YouTube, Flickr, Picasa, and even Photobucket. Music collections can be saved onto microSD(INFO) cards. The Corby offers Bluetooth headsets support, as well.

The Samsung S3650 Corby will be available in a handful of colors Europe later this month for 150 EUR (US$214).

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