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Samsung Corby Folder
Mark Peters : April 2nd 2010 - 07:12 CET
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SamsungSamsung Corby Folder mobile phone : On the Korean Samsung website, a new microsite has appeared with the Samsung Corby Folder Smartphone in the leading role. The success of the Samsung Corby handset is remarkable, and from a reliable source we have learned that not every region had counted on such a success. The numbers are undoubtedly the reason for introducing more variations of the Samsung Corby, now with the Samsung Corby Folder as the most recent model. At this moment it is not yet known if this new member of the Samsung Corby family will also be available outside of Korea. In any case, the Samsung Corby Folder is very colorful; its main color is white with blue, green or pink. Nice and noticeable, indeed!

Samsung Corby Folder

Samsung Corby Folder
The new Samsung Corby Folder is clearly not a high-end cell phone, but it is not directed at that target group. It is more of a trendy cell phone for the especially youthful consumer, but in practice it appears that the Corby also appeals to the older consumer. The hip colors add a cheerful tone, in any case. According to the product specifications, the Samsung Corby Folder mobile phone supports HSDPA.

Corby Folder

Samsung Corby features
Other features are a 2.6-inch display with QVGA resolution and a second LED display hidden under the phone’s lid. Just as in the Samsung Diva Folder, very handy extra information is shown here, so that you don’t have to open the Samsung Corby Folder phone every time. The digital camera has a resolution of 3 Megapixels, which is more than enough to update social networks such as Twitter and Facebook.

Samsung Corby Folder

Samsung Corby Folder mobile phone
The information is saved on a microSD memory card with a maximum storage capacity of 32GB. It is remarkable that the phone manufacturers have not given any official support to the micro SDXC memory card. Last year the official SDXC specifications were released by the SD Association, which mentioned the microSDXC card. SDXC is already supported by camera manufacturers such as Panasonic and Canon.




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