Reviews and Problems with Samsung B3210 / Rodeo / Corby TXT / Genio Qwerty
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Review: Samsung CorbyTxt B3210 Phone
27 June 2010
Conclusion: Whilst we may all have been spoilt with smartphones over the past few years, Samsung have shown there’s still some decent life left in normal handsets – and also show you can get an incredible rack of features on a relatively inexpensive phone.
Summary: The Samsung Corby TXT is clearly designed for social networkers and those who like to text. The Corby TXT looks like a BlackBerry, with a full Qwerty keyboard below the 2.2-inch screen. The screen features 256,000 colours for a vibrant finish.
Summary: In Samsung’s new range of Corby lifestyle smartphones, the TXT is something of a middle sibling, nestled between the lower-end Corby and the slide-out Qwerty-equipped Corby Pro. It is priced to suit a younger pocket too - at about Rs 7,900.
Summary: "The idea of having a physical keyboard is to enable faster typing and not be there only for the looks, and the clumsy, non crispy plastic buttons makes the Corby TXT horrible. "Specially for someone who is used to the Palm Treo and Nokia E-series." Read the Tech2.in Samsung Corby TXT review
Conclusion: The Genio QWERTY is a perfect solution for social networkers on a budget. The keyboard is useful for serial texters and although it’s not as comfortable to use as a BlackBerry, it’s a better option than the virtual keyboard on the Genio Touch.