Samsung launched the Samsung Corby Pop to compete with LG GD510 Pop. The Corby Pop is an entry level touchscreen phone with colorful exterior and access to various social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter etc. It also allows you to access Google search engine.
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The Corby Pop has more or less similar features like those of the Samsung Corby.
- Length: 103.9 mm
- Width: 55.4mm
- Breadth: 12.9mm
- Weight: 92 grams
- Network: GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz;
- Display: 2.8-inch (240×320 pixels) 262K TFT touchscreen display.
- Memory: 30 MB memory.
- Memory expansion: Expandable up to 8 GB through microSD card.
- Camera and video: 1.3 megapixel camera with 4X zoom and video recording capability.
- Radio: FM radio with RDS.
- Audio: The Samsung Corby Pop features 3D Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe). It has a music player that supports a wide range of audio files MP3/AMR/AAC/AAC+/e-AAC+/WMA files.
- Wireless communication: Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi.
- Headphone: 3.5 mm headphone jack.
- Social network: The Samsung Corby Pop gives its user access to a wide range of social networking websites and photowebsites through its quick link widget bar. You can access facebook, myspace, photobucket, flickr, picasa and friendster. You can also get live updates of the social network sites.
- Instant messaging: Samsung Corby Pop's multi-instant messengers lets user use Google Talk, ICQ, and AIM through its pre-installed Palringo platform. The user can also connect through Bluetooth Messenger.
- Email: Yes.
- Fake call application: Fake call application.
Battery: Standard Li-Ion 960 mAh battery.
- Talk time: 10 hours.
- Standby time: 720 hours.
- Music play time: 25 hours.
- Price: The phone costs less than €100 in
Europe. In , the Samsung Corby Pop C3510 is priced at 5,990 rubles ($203). In Russia it will be less than Rs.7000. India
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