Latest in Corby

Image credit:

Samsung Corby II breaks cover thanks to... Samsung

Chris Ziegler

Admittedly, this isn't the largest nor the most detailed picture we've ever gotten out of a leak, but at least it's something. A Google cached version of Samsung's official user agent browser shows an entry for a Corby II model, the successor to 2009's Corby -- a cheap, colorful full touchscreen device intended to do business in places where full-fledged smartphones could not. It's identified as the S3850, the S3850L, and the S3853, presumably for different markets around the world with different radio and software requirements, but beyond that, very little is known; if we had to guess, we'll probably get full disclosure on this one at MWC in a few days' time.

From around the web

ear iconeye icontext filevr