Excerpt: Last week I bought my new cell phone Samsung GT-S3653, popularly known as Samsung Corby. Before buying the phone I searched a lot as per my requirements and two phones were there on my list. One was Nokia 5233 and the other was Samsung Corby.
Excerpt: Touch-screen phones are the rave these days. I guess the fad started when Apple released the iPod Touch. I’m not the type of person who goes gaga over new technological gadgets so when it became necessary for me to get a new phone because there wasn’t any battery available …
Excerpt: One of the most striking aspects of this phone is its attractive design. It has a 2.8 inch touch screen that takes up almost the entire front of it. Below the screen is barely space for the three buttons and the brand logo.
Excerpt: I recently got my new samsung corby as a free unit for continuing my contract with my network provider. I actually wanted to get the iphone 4 but the cash out is really expensive, so I decided to get the Corby S3653w instead, with no cash out required.
Excerpt: Samsung S3650 Corby is the phone that heat up the competition in the cell phone market market last year. After Samsung introduced corby, nokia started marketing superb touch phones which are putting samsung almost out of the business. One thing I have to admit is that corby looks good.
Excerpt: The Samsung Corby has a 2.8", 240 x 320 pixel, 262k colour, capacitive touchscreen display. The display quality is quite good for a phone in this price range and although the colours could have been more vivid, the overall brightness is quite good. The display does wash out considerably under the sun though, and one has to hold the phone at an angle to make sense of what is being displayed. The touchscreen response of the display is quite good.
Excerpt: I had some problems with this cell phone. For two times, the touch display didn't work correctly. In the first time, the Samsung support change it, but in the second time i decided to change for other model.