On the line of “What Next” Samsung the leading mobile handset market player, today commercially launched its new OMH CDMA Mobile phone “Samsung Corby Spped” the young phone for Indian market.
The Samsung Corby Speed is first touch screen mobile handset on the CDMA platform by Samsung Electronics. Samsung Corby Speed gives data speed of up to 2.4 Mbps. The phone supports full Service (Voice + Data) across all CDMA operators OMH SIM Cards.
The Samsung Croby Speed compatible with OMH SIM (RUIM) of Tata Indicom, Reliance Mobile and MTS India. Another CDMA operator Virgin Mobile is also going to launch its OMH SIM Card by Janurary 10 after that Virgin Mobile subscriber also able to get the advantage of this Young Phone.
Samsung Corby Speed comes in attractive 3 vibrant colors Fashion Jackets Yellow , White and Black, a youthful User Interface and pop-style contours and curved body design. The phone has a 2 Mega Pixel camera, 2.8″ display, music player, FM with recording and 80 MB internal memory expandable up to 8GB with a MicroSD.
Corby Speed also specially tailored for young Customers with instant access of Social Networking sites. It has one touch access to all popular 8 social networking sites include Facbook, MySpace and Twitter.
The Samsung Corby Speed CDMA Phone users can update their current status and access friends’ updates, live feeds on Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. The handset also supports various social networking community sites by integrating leading User Generated Content sites such as Flickr, Picasa and Photobucket and other popular SNS sites including Facebook, MySpace and Friendster directly into the handsets user interface. User can upload photo & video to these SNS and User Generated Content sites.
The Samsung Corby Speed CDMA mobile phone will be retail in India at Rs10, 400.
Great Functionality luxurious headset!! It will be good for you to carry this headset in your travels. it would be fun and enjoyment for all the Samsung Corby users to get such amazing bluetooth headset. thanks for sharing this. 🙂
I’ve bought this one there is no FM Recording feature?
Samsung marketing guys cheated n I’m going to su them.
As a 50 something, I thuhgot it was time I joined the smart phone revolution and after looking at many brands and models, I settled on the Samsung Galaxy Ace. Why this one (1)size still small enough to fit confortably in my trouser pockets, yet with a good size screen, (2) weight/build some of the others just felt so flimsy, (3)I have a hearing loss and many phones didn’t have a high enough volume for me, I can hear on the Ace perfectly even in a noisy environment, (4)touch screen is very reactive and easy to use, (5) loads of apps, though I had to ask friends for recommendations as I was in sensory overload with the quantity available. I really love Google Street View, it will be brilliant when I next go on holiday, finding my way round new places. Also like Kindle app and screen is not too small for reading, (6) Texting is so simple and I am getting used to swype, (7) camera and video are very good, (8) have loaded some music from my I-Tunes folder, though the album covers disappeared; sound qaulity is very good. Negative points battery runs out quickly if using the internet and some apps; phone has turned itself of a couple of times for no apparent reason. Would recommend this phone and already having a look at it’s big brother the samsung Galaxy S for when my contract runs out.