Summary: Samsung has released yet another Corby variant called 'B5310 CorbyPro'. It incorporates the TouchWiz user interface and features a large 2.8-inch, 16 Million colors QVGA touchscreen with a screen resolution of 240 x 320 and an integrated GPS receiver with A-GPS support.
Pros: Solid build quality with well designed body contours, User friendly interface & consistent touch response, Attractive QWERTY slider keypad
Samsung CorbyPRO B5310 - QWERTY smartphone for Rs 11,200
10 March 2010
Summary: Annoying TV commercials aside, Samsung seems to be on an overdrive lately and continues to flood markets with new models under the Corby banner. You now have the original Corby, the candy bar CorbyTXT, the slightly upgraded CorbyPLUS, the Corby Pop, Mate and finally the subject of this review - the...
Summary: The Korean giant, Samsung has launched its latest mobile phone Samsung Corby Pro in the Indian market. Following the success of its predecessor the youth oriented Samsung Corby, the Samsung Corby Pro comes packed with all its older siblings’ traits and more.
Summary: "The price may seem a little high at the moment but then again, this is a niche phone with all the latest features you could squeeze into a handset.” Read the India Server Corby Pro review "But if it finds its intended audience it will probably do quite well for Samsung in the long run.
Summary: Corby Pro uses Samsung’s proprietary Touchwiz OS which brings fun and ease to the users coupled with a lively and colorful experience. Corby Pro provides the users with three different home screens that can be customized with numerous widgets and shortcuts to the users liking.
Excerpt: One of the things you immediately notice from the CorbyPRO is that, unlike most touch screens, it offers soft, rounded corners. A subtle touch perhaps, but it’s a good look and a refreshing change from all the black rectangles out there.