Is it our imagination or is the Samsung Corby phone family now larger than the Waltons?
According to the Samsung Hub, the new Corby Folder is aimed at the mid- to low-end market and includes a 2.6-inch screen at QVGA resolution along with an external LED display and HSDPA for fast data transfers. Bluetooth is accompanied by a three-megapixel camera and microSD support. Available in black, pink and lime green, the phone will initially be available in Korea but expect releases elsewhere to follow.
In addition, the Samsung i9000 has been spotted in the wild and is thought to be the successor to the i8000 iOmnia II. Thought to be a Windows Phone 7 Series handset, it’s also believed to be known as the Omnia III. More information when we get it.
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