Reviews and Problems with Samsung S3650 / S3653 / Corby / Genio Touch
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Samsung Genio Touch Review: In Depth
7 May 2010
Conclusion: Aside from the eye-catching design, the Genio Touch is very middle-of-the-road. There are things about the handset we like, but we find ourselves constantly pointing out that they could be better, could be faster, could be easier to use.
Summary: The Genio is a good looking phone with many of the features that anybody would want. If you’re looking for a true smartphone then the Genio is probably a bit to limited for you. If however, you’re a general consumer or care greatly about web surfing on the move then the Genio Touch is most likely...
Pros: Small form factor, multiple desktops Large screen in proportion to phone size Slim, Strong social media focus Full HTML web browser, Price
Cons: No front facing camera Camera limited to 2MP Screen resolution not as high as it could be No QWERTY keyboard layout
Summary: We were content with the S3650's reception quality, although it wasn't much different from other phones in this class. The ring tones volume was pretty average, and we even missed some calls when the phone was stuffed in a bag.
Excerpt: Judging by all the comments I've received about the Samsung Tocco Lite , it's a very popular phone. No wonder Samsung is trying to recapture that winning formula with the Samsung S3650 Genio, it's also known as the Samsung Corby outside the UK.
Excerpt: After Samsung’s success with the mid-range Tocco Lite, the company has taken a gamble with an entry-level version aimed at the younger generation of touchscreen aficionados. The Genio Touch packs a smaller screen and a more basic camera, so will it be popular enough to warrant being pulled out of...