Samsung M3710 is yet another unannounced phone that will, apparently, be included in the Corby family.
According to Eldar Murtazin of Mobile-review, the handset will be called Samsung Corby Beat M3710 and it should be the first phone to feature a “Game Store” that includes only Java applications. Another interesting piece of info is that (all of) Samsung’s upcoming Bada phones will come with the Game Store preinstalled.
The Samsung Corby Beat M3710 looks just like the already-announced Lindy M5650, and it has the same specs, except for 3G and a video-call camera: 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen display, music-dedicated keys, TouchWiz UI, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, social networking integration, 3MP camera, 50MB of internal memory and MicroSD card slot.
Mobile.mail.ru has already previewed the Samsung M3710, and it looks like the phone will be available starting February for about $300. Here are some live photos of the M3710:
(Corby Beat M3710 vs. Corby S3650)
All in all, the Samsung Corby family is getting bigger and bigger – an undeniable proof that cheap touchscreen phones are at high demand these days (and probably will be for many years to come).
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