Samsung is about to release a new mobile phone that strongly resembles the new Corby handset but, instead of the attendant touchscreen, this new design sports a full QWERTY keyboard instead.
To be known as the Samsung B3210 (and in the same 'B' series as the B3310), the new phone is obviously from the same design stable as the newly released Corby S6350. That is, it arrives within the distinctive rounded case and colourful backplate - a form factor that indicates that it will be aimed towards younger users - but it appears to be giving those same Corby customers the option of choosing a full keyboard instead of a touchscreen, according to the Phone Arena website.
Other features include a built in music player plus a 3.5mm headphone socket plus FM radio for entertainment. A built in camera is also included but it's rated at a low 2-megapixels.
The accompanying photos were sourced from the IFA 2009 show in Berlin. A relase date is unknown but expect a price of around €150.
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