Samsung make their U.S. debut at CES 2010 Samsung Corby S3650, Samsung CorbyPro B5310 and Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700 exemplify Samsung’s leadership in innovative technology, including Samsung’s exclusive ultra-brilliant AMOLED displays, 800 MHz processor speeds, as well as their commitment to the Android operating system and design innovation.
Samsung Galaxy Spica is a slim and compact Android-powered smartphone that offers seamless connectivity with access to Google mobile services and popular social network sites, such as Facebook and MySpace. Equipped with an 800 MHZ application processor equipped with DNSe 2.0 for better sound quality and a 3.5 mm ear jack the Galaxy Spica offers the fully comprehensive multimedia feature set. The phone also ssupports the full suite of Google services including Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Talk letting users enjoy a familiar desktop computer experience while on their phone.
Samsung Corby lets users zoom in-and-out with one finger while the “smart unlock” feature allows users to unlock the phone easily by drawing a letter on the screen. Corby users can instantly update their current status and access their friend’s updates and live feeds via Facebook, MySpace and Twitter through a simple Pop-up SNS (Social Networking Service) notification feature. Corby comes with a selection of colored back covers in yellow, white, orange, pink and two additional back covers (called ‘Fashion Jackets’), which feature a unique patterndesign cover and a standard black cover.
Samsung CorbyPRO features a full, slide out QWERTY keyboard that lets users send text messages and emails instantly without sacrificing style. CorbyPRO packs a 3MP digital camera, Wi-Fi access, 3G/HSDPA and quad band connectivity. Equipped with a 3.5mm ear jack and dedicated music keys, the CorbyPRO offers the ultimate in multimedia and music entertainment.
SAMSUNG CORBY, CORBY PRO AND GALAXY SPICA a vailable in Europe since November 2009, the Galaxy Spica i5700 is an Android smartphone that resembles the Galaxy i7500. but unfortunately, Samsung says nothing about the availability of Corby, CorbyPro and Galaxy Spica in the US, so it might showcase them, but not sell them in the States.