I’m not sure anyone understands Samsung’s naming scheme(s). In one country, they launch a device using their Corby name and in the other as something completely different. Take the S3370 model for instance: In Russia, the Korean giant is selling it as Corby 3G, whereas in India, they’ve just launched it as the Star Nano 3G. Go figure.
Anyway, we’re talking about the same phone, which specs include a 2.6-inch touchscreen, 3G connectivity, 1.3-megapixel camera, TouchWIZ 2.0, Bluetooth and a microSD memory card slot. As for the pre-installed apps, there’s a media player, e-dictionary, mobile tracker, fake call, email client, web browser, and more available through Samsung Apps.
The Star Nano 3G phone is available for Rs. 7,320 and comes bundled with a 2GB card, stylus pen and leather pouch.
Hopefully, Samsung will use one of the two names for other markets. It’s getting really hard to keep up with all the phone names, don’t you agree?