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Samsung Corby

Samsung S3650 Genio Touch
Manufacturer Samsung Mobile
Slogan What color is your life?
Series S-Series
Compatible networks GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Availability by country May 2009
Predecessor Samsung Tocco
Related Samsung Omnia, Samsung Tocco, Samsung Tocco Ultra Edition
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 103 × 56.5 × 12 mm
Weight 93.5g
Operating system Samsung Touchwiz 1.0
Memory 50 MB
Removable storage Micro SD, up to 8 GB
Battery Li-lon 1000 mAh
Data inputs T9, Abc, (with an updated firmware: Thai, Indonesian, Chinese etc.)
Display 240 × 320 pixels
External display 2.8 inches
Rear camera 2-megapixel
Front camera none
Media MP3, AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA, AMR, WAV, MP4
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.1 and USB 2.0
Other Touchscreen, Full web browser (Jasmine), Haptic Touch feedback

Samsung S3650 (also known as Genio Touch and formally Samsung Corby) is a mobile phone that was released in October 2009 by Samsung. It has a 2 MP camera and a 2.8-inch capacitive TFT touch screen.[1]

There is also a QWERTY and a QWERTY slide version of the phone, Samsung B3210 and Samsung B5310, respectively.

The phone is available in four different "colours" (limited for rear covers and side mechanical buttons) - White, Pink, Orange or Yellow.

Contents

  • Features 1
  • Corby in South Korea 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Features

  • Quad-band GSM/EDGE
  • 2.8-inch capacitive TFT touchscreen of QVGA resolution
  • 50 MB onboard storage, microSD card slot (up to 8 GB)
  • 2-megapixel fixed-focus camera with smile detection, QVGA@15fps video recording
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Find Music recognition service
  • TouchWiz and Cartoon UI
  • Social networking integration with direct file uploads
  • Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, USB v.2.0
  • Office document viewer
  • Smart unlock
  • Interchangeable rear covers
  • Java-enabled Games
  • Photo contact

Corby in South Korea

When the Samsung Corby was released in South Korea, Samsung Electronics changed its specification:

  • The original Bluetooth Version was 2.1+EDR, the Korean model's Bluetooth version was downgraded to 2.0+EDR.
  • While the original Corby can play non-DRM MP3 files, the Korean version is restricted to only playing with DRM.
  • The Korean Corby does not have an office document viewer.
  • The Korean Corby does not support MP3/WAV ringtones, just MA5 or MMF ringtones.
  • The Korean Corby display is upgraded from a 2.8" QVGA to 3.0" WQVGA.
  • The Korean Corby supports T-DMB television.

The price in Korea was high, the equivalent of 394.42 GBP. The model's main rivals are the LG Pep and the Nokia XpressMusic.

In South Korea, boy band 2PM advertised this phone, including a song entitled "My Color".

References

  1. ^ Hanlon, Joseph (2010-01-29). "Samsung S3650 Corby Specifications". Retrieved 2010-10-10. Samsung S3650 Corby Specifications, CNET Australia

External links

  • Info about Samsung S3650 Corby, Samsung Italy
  • Stress test of a cell phone Samsung S3650 Corby
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