Samsung plans to expand its Corby phone line-up with the addition of a clamshell called Samsung Corby Folder.
The phone’s model numbers (SCH-W930, SPH-W9300 and SPH-W9350) suggest that it’s made for South Korea’s three mobile carriers (SKT, KT and LG Telecom), although we might see a version of it outside Korea, too.
Unlike the older Corby phones, the Corby Folder doesn’t have a touchscreen display. Its features should include a 2.6 inch QVGA internal screen, DMB-TV, Bluetooth, 3MP camera, secondary VGA camera for video calls, and MicroSD card support.
The price of Samsung Corby Folder is not known at the moment.
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