It looks like Samsung really likes the design of its full-touch Corby S6350 phone, as the company has just unveiled a similar device, called Samsung B3210.
Like the Corby S6350, the B3210 has a rounded case and a colorful back plate – so it will be targeted at young mobile users.
Unlike the S6350, though, the Samsung B3210 does not have a touchscreen. Instead, it comes with a full QWERTY keyboard.
The new phone also features a 3.5mm headset jack, music player, FM radio, and a 2MP camera.
We’ve got some live photos of the Samsung B3210 from IFA 2009 in Berlin:
For the moment, we don’t know when or where the Samsung B3210 will hit the market.
The phone’s price is also unknown, but we expect it to be comparable to the one of Corby S6350 – about €150 ($215) unlocked.
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