We’ve got some live photos of two unannounced Samsung phones, both of which should hit the market pretty soon: Samsung S3650 Corby and Samsung M2520.
The first phone, Samsung S3650 Corby, is a full-touchscreen one that features a QVGA display, TouchWiz UI, quad-band GSM connectivity, Bluetooth with A2DP, music player, FM radio, access to popular websites (MySpace, Facebook, YouTube), and a 2MP camera.
Mobile-review has it that the retail price of Samsung Corby will not be of €200, as we previously reported, but of $150-200. If that’s true, the S3650 Corby will be one of the cheapest touchscreen phones ever (not cheaper than the Alcatel OT-707 though).
The other unannounced phone, Samsung M2520, is a music-oriented slider.
The known features of Samsung M2520 include quad-band GSM connectivity and Bluetooth. No word yet on the phone’s price.
Via Celular Cafe
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