It looks like Samsung is not done with its Corby line-up of phones just yet.
A new, unannounced Corby has been spotted on an official Samsung website: it’s the Corby II S3850.
There aren’t too many details about the device, but it seems to be an entry-level touchscreen handset with a QVGA display and Samsung’s TouchWiz UI.
Like all the other members of the Corby family (minus the i5500 Corby), the new one is not a smartphone.
The original Samsung Corby S3650 was sold in several million units, so the Corby II may very well be successful, too. Of course, this depends on how much it will cost, but I don’t think it’s going to be more than $200. No word on a launch date for the moment.
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