Samsung is readying itself to officially announce three mobile phones at the international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, USA, which starts today and runs through to January 11th.
Two of the designs are old friends to Europeans. The Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700, a cut down version of the Galaxy i7500, has been for sale in Europe since November of last year and is an Android phone. The second design, the Corby, was initially announced in August of last year and has since spawned a number of variants and cousins.
One of the those spin-offs has yet to appear in Europe but will be of interest to Corby fans. The CorbyPro (which was slated as the Lindy in Europe) looks a lot like the original Corby but arrives with go faster features such as high speed data transfer via HSDPA, Wi-Fi for wireless Internet connections, a full QWERTY keyboard and a 3-megapixel camera. No release or price information is available at this time. It is unknown whether the CorbyPro will, in fact, be known as the Lindy in Europe upon the final launch.
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