The youthful Samsung Corby S3650 is a pretty cool affordable phone, although it lacks some features that many users would want. One of these features is Wi-Fi – and it looks like Samsung plans to launch an upgraded Corby to include it.
The upgraded phone will be named Samsung Corby S3650W – as this Wi-Fi Interoperability Certificate indicates. There’s no word yet on when the S3650W will be launched, though.
Most probably, the other features of S3650W won’t be changed, so expect it to have a QVGA touchscreen display, quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity, 2MP camera and access to social networking websites (Facebook, Twitter and so on).
Reportedly, there are already 3 million Samsung Corby handsets sold, so it seems that this is another hit for the world’s second largest phone maker.
It’s not the first time when Samsung adds Wi-Fi to an already available touchscreen phone – it did the same with the Star S5230, which became Star S5230W.
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