Reviews and Problems with Samsung B3410 / Corby Plus / Dephi / Star Qwerty / StarTXT
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Mobile Tech Addicts
26 March 2010
Conclusion: To conclude my review of the Samsung B3410 I will begin by saying that I loved using it for as long as I did as I quickly got used to its features very easily so for that reason I would definitely recommend this handset to anyone who is looking for something different in a phone, to someone who...
Excerpt: The third instalment in Samsung’s immensely popular line of budget touchscreen handsets is the CorbyPlus or B3410. It may not be as flashy as the previous models but ultimately it's the functionality that counts. Read on for a better look.
The Samsung B3410 is an entry-level touchscreen mobile phone that includes a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but lacks 3G connectivity.
Good Gear Guide.au
8 August 2010
Summary: The Samsung B3410 is a capable entry-level touchscreen phone that's crippled by a lack of 3G connectivity. If you can live without the B3410's below-average physical keyboard, opt for the cheaper but almost identical Samsung GenoA.
Summary: It’s the lack of 3G that holds this phone back the most, but as a basic messaging phone, the excellent text functionality and QWERTY keyboard make it just the job for heavy texters on a budget.
Pros: A comfortable full QWERTY keyboard facilitates the superb text messaging capabilities, and the two-megapixel camera is pretty good too.
Cons: It’s slow: the interface, the touch-screen and – thanks to no 3G – internet and instant messaging.
Excerpt: Das Kunststoffgehäuse des vom Hersteller für 180 Euro empfohlenen Vielschreiber-Handys wirkt im Vergleich zu anderen Samsung-Modellen zwar etwas dürftig, dennoch ist das Material anständig verarbeitet.