Reviews and Problems with Samsung S3850 / Corby 2 / Genio 2
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Samsung Corby II Better
21 November 2013
Excerpt: I have use sony xperia before this. I know sony has a really great camera but when I use samsung corby II it is better than it.That phone usually fall from my pocket and when my sister play it, But it still ok.It also easy to use.
Excerpt: This phone's great for someone who's looking for a cheap touchscreen phone.The build quality is really sturdy for me and the touchscreen response pretty well although not as responsive as high end phone.The camera is good for a 2 MP camera compared to my previous Sony Ericsson Spiro.The image's pretty clear for it's standard.But,what's not really good about this phone is its Wifi connectivity.The connection's really slow and sometimes tend to stop loading page.What's...
Excerpt: I've had this phone for less than a year. It still worked fine up until I went for a swim for 20 minutes with it in my pocket. Even then, the touchscreen still worked fine but the hardkeys did not. All in all, the camera was a bit blurry and there were basically no apps in the app store. The memory was in sufficient even with a memory card, beause all of the apps went directly to the phone memory.
Excerpt: if you want just a phone, this phone is for you..making a call and sending a text is great..internet is slow because the phone is not 3g supported..but over all the phone works great with its capacitive touch screen..
Excerpt: For the camwhores out there who love to take pictures of themselves, the only thing that Samsung Corby II can offer is a 2 megapixel camera. So, you can already imagine low quality, white washed photos to be uploaded on facebook. The videos are also in QVGA, which is only good very small screens. Watching the videos in a larger screen would just make it unusable. I have mixed feelings with Samsung Corby II, but I’ll have to settle with the “It sucks for me” verdict.
Excerpt: To remedy this, I just saved the game installers in the memory card and whenever I want to play a game, I install it to the phone memory and when I no longer am fond of playing the game, I just delete it (do not delete the installer so that it can still be installed whenever you want to play the game again). Is Samsung Corby II worth the purchase? The answer is yes.