Wednesday, 9 April 2008

Samsung G600 - Samsung G Series Evergreen Mobile Phone

The Samsung G600 has extra-ordinary features and brings in a new style-statement that leaves the users amazed at its vivacity. The upper slide of this mobile has a TFT screen and control buttons. When this slide is moved up, the lower slide with the keypad becomes visible. The G600 is light in weight and comes with a dimension of 101 x 47.8 x 14.9 mm. Downloading files using the WAP browser of the mobile gives access to innumerable games, music and ringtones. The downloaded games can then be played on the TFT screen of the handset. The music files and ringtones can be heard from the speaker of the G600. With Bluetooth support, the user can easily transfer music files to devices such as laptops and iPods. 

The camera of the mobile is excellent for clicking captivating pictures. The 5MP camera gives a resolution of 2592 х 1944 pixels and is capable of auto-focus and video recording. The lens of this camera phone can be used to zoom in on the images. This 3G mobile phone has a secondary VGA camera that is actually an alternate camera meant for the purpose of making video calls. There is a music player that plays many a music file in formats such as AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+ and WMA. The FM radio brings news, sports & events to the users and entertains them with the latest songs and chartbusters.

Messaging with the Samsung G600 is a great experience as the user can send images, texts and sound together with the MMS service. Sending emails with attached files is possible with this mobile phone. The document viewer allows viewing of attached files that the user receives with the emails. The document viewer can open files in formats such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF. This music-phone is supported by a memory of 55 MB. So, the user can easily store 1000 contacts in the phonebook apart from the other files. The battery gives a standby time of 300 hr and a talktime of 3 hr 30 mins. So, this gadget can be used for long hours without recharging.

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