Reviews and Problems with Samsung S3650 / S3653 / Corby / Genio Touch
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Samsung Genio Review
6 July 2010
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 well suited. Whatever the case, it’s hard to deny that overall the Genio is a good buy and at £100 (at time of review) is a bargain to boot.
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
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 backpacks country-wide? Let’s find out.
Conclusion: The Samsung Genio Touch is firmly entry-level. It'll appeal to teens who want a usable phone but don't want to spend a bomb. If it had a slightly faster processor and better UI, it'd be considerably improved, but as it is, it's difficult to accept the interface, even if the battery life offered is top-notch.
Pros: Good touchscreen, incredible battery life, cheap
Cons: Interface is horrible to use and there's no 3G, Wi-Fi or GPS
Conclusion: O Corby é todo ele muito brilhante e bonito, trás 3 capas diferentes, o exemplar que recebemos trazia uma capa preta e duas capas laranja, uma delas tinha vários círculos coloridos. É um aparelho bem construído e resistente, proporciona boa ergonomia, com uma leve curvatura para caber na palma da mão. Tem 1,4 centímetro de espessura, pesa 93 gramas, o telemóvel quase não se nota no bolso das calças.
Conclusion: Platz 138 lautet das Ergebnis nach unserem Test. Das klingt zwar nicht berauschend, doch finden sich für das Corby sicher viele Abnehmer. Denn wer sich ein preiswertes Touchscreen-Handy wünscht, das viel Fun bietet, ist mit diesem peppigen Modell gut bedient. Vorausgesetzt, Sie surfen wenig und legen kaum Wert auf Fotos.
Pros: Günstiger Preis, Guter Musik-Player, Prima Akustik