Conclusion: All told, the Samsung Genoa C3510 comes with pretty much the same overall functionality as the Samsung Corby S3650 , and adds a 3.5mm jack. Still, we don’t really think that sacrificing the browser and normal audio player is worth it and justifiable by the slightly lowered price. Depending on the particular country, the Samsung Genoa C3510 will set you back with $135 to $185.
Pros: 3.5mm headphone jack, Good in-call and audio playback quality, Robust battery
Cons: Price is way too close to the Corby´s, while the overall functionality is significantly poorer, Boring design, 1.3-megapixel camera
Samsung's GenoA (C3510) is an inexpensive touchscreen phone but the lack of 3G connectivity is disappointing
Good Gear Guide.au
27 September 2010
Summary: Samsung deserves some credit for producing a phone at this price point with a capacitive touchscreen and a 3.5mm headphone jack, but the GenoA loses points due to its lack of 3G connectivity and erratic on-screen keyboard.