Samsung Genoa C3510 Review

Introduction and Design
This is a global GSM phone, it can be used with AT&T and T-Mobile.

How cheap can a cell phone equipped with touch-sensitive screen get?  As of lately, the answer is “quite a lot”. Touch screen handsets are all the rage and becoming more mainstream by the day, mainly due to affordable models like the Samsung Star S5230, Corby S3650, LG Cookie KP500 and Pop GD510. What we have in our hands today, however, is an even simpler cell phone, the Samsung Genoa C3510 (also known as the Corby Pop). This is a cheaper iteration of the Corby S3650 and it features almost identical hardware specifications, except for its downgraded camera.

Both devices look alike, although in the particular case of the Genoa C3510, you do not have the option to lend color to the overall design using replaceable panels, so as a whole, its outward appearance is more boring. Of course, this is our opinion and we all know that there is no accounting for taste, personally we just like the Corby better.

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The Samsung Genoa C3510 integrates a 2.8-inch touch-sensitive screen with QVGA resolution that utilizes capacitive technology.

The buttons on either side of the device have quite a strange, pointed shape that makes them really easy to feel with your fingers. It is great that the microSD slot is easily accessible. The top side hosts a 3.5mm headphone jack, but despite of its presence, the boxed pair of earphones is compatible with the manufacturer´s proprietary port.

The overall appearance of the Samsung Genoa C3510 cannot be called eye-riveting, although this doesn’t necessarily mean it will fail to find its followers. The build quality is quite good and the device doest feel cheap in your hand, which is a commendable achievement.

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