Samsung really is going hell for leather with the Corby family of mobile phones (witness the new Genio release). Seems like the company announces a new addition to the Corby line every other week. In fact, we would seriously recommend that Samsung seek some family planning advice to curb its uncontrolled urges.
The latest Corby design is aimed, at least initially, at the Korean market but is likely to appear in Europe later. Known as the Samsung Corby Folder, it arrives in three flavours: W930, W9300 and W9350, according to the Samsung Hub website.
Set within a clamshell chassis, the Folder, unlike the other Corby designs, does not include a touchscreen display. It does, however, feature a 2.6in QVGA internal screen, DMB-TV, Bluetooth, a camera based upon a reasonable 3-megapixels, another camera for video calls and microSD slot to boost internal memory.
No price has been revealed yet.
Click to read the Samsung Hub story