Sunday, May 23, 2010

Samsung B5310 Corby TXT

Samsung B5310 Corby PRO comes with an amazing set of lineaments and beautiful appearance. Corby has come with its new handset namely Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT with the surprising look and QWERTY keyboard. Samsung B5310 Corby PRO is now available in solid bar form and its overall size is 112 x 59.6 x 12.9 mm. The total weight of Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT is 94 grams so you can keep it into your pocket.

The Major highlights of
Samsung B5310 Corby PRO:

Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT is not a touchscreen device like its previous version, this latest device is much more user friendly in terms of lineaments. The base color of this widget is black with a dash of vibrant yellow on the mid-portion keys in the phone.

You can gain 2.2 inches TFT type touchscreen with 262k colors and the screen resolution of the phone is 176 x 144 pixels. If we talk about the communication features, the Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT provides SMS, MMS, Email and Instant messaging services so the users can contact easily with their dear ones.

Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT You can gain music player that supports good music formats as well as the fantastic FM radio with RDS feature is there to keep you connect with the latest broadcasts. Bluetooth with A2DP, USB, GPRS and EDGE types of technologies can be used by the users for data transferring at fast speed. Although it is a 2G handset yet it covers four GSM networks.

In today's fast moving lifestyle people have become compelled to use the technologies such as Internet service so accordingly
Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT has loaded with WAP 2.0, XHTML and HTML to help the users.

Most important features of
Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT is its storage capability. Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT integrates 40 MB of internal memory plus an expandable memory card slot option such as 8 GB. The battery backup is not available yet.

Samsung B3210 CorbyTXT You can play Java downloadable games from the Internet on the move. Additionally, the document viewer and changeable covers are also included.

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