Remember the Samsung Corby Folder W930 / W9300 / W9350? The phone is now official, as it has just appeared on Samsung’s South Korean website (which takes a lot of time to load), and it looks like it’s actually called Samsung CorbyF.
The Corby Folder is a mid to low-end phone, featuring a 2.6 inch QVGA internal display, external LED display, EVDO Rev. A or HSDPA, Bluetooth, DMB, 3MP camera, video-calling camera and MicroSD card support.
The Samsung Corby Folder W930 / W9300 / W9350 should be soon available in South Korea (in Candy Pink, Blue Black and Lime Green) via the country’s three largest mobile carriers – SK Telecom, KT and LG Telecom.
Another new Samsung phone is the Samsung i9000, which was recently spotted at the Wi-Fi Alliance website.
We don’t know much about the Samsung i9000, but the phone features Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and it might be the successor of the Samsung i8000 Omnia II – maybe named Samsung Omnia III and maybe running Windows Phone 7 Series? We’ll find out soon (hopefully).
Via Samsung Hub
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