We didn’t call Samsung B3210 a Corby look alike for nothing, when we spotted it posing at IFA Berlin earlier this month.
It turns out that Samsung Corby S3650 won’t be a single separate device. It will be a part of a whole Corby family – a line of cheap and colorful handsets aimed towards the youth market.
Two more Corby devices have been announced by Samsung at a launch event in Milan this evening. And one of them is none other then the same Samsung B3210, that from now on will be known as Samsung CorbyTXT:
Like the original Corby, Samsung CorbyTXT comes equipped with brightly colored cases and changeable battery covers, full QWERTY keyboard, easy access to social networking services like Twitter and Facebook, easy e-mail set-up, Instant Messenger client, 3.5 mm Jack, 2 mpx camera and FM radio.
Samsung CorbyTXT will launch in Europe next week.
The other Corby handset launched today, was Samsung CorbyPRO, equipped with 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, sliding QWERTY keyboard, 3 mpx camera, dedicated music buttons, 3.5 mm headphone jack, Push e-mail capabilities, threaded SMS, and easy access widgets to popular social networking sites.
Samsung CorbyPRO will start shipping in Europe in November.
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