Samsung SGH-D900 Review

After the glorious success of the RAZR-line of Motorola that changed the global meaning of the word “slim” and the perception of how a gadget should look, Samsung took that idea and developed it in their own way, designing the Ultra Series phones, which we've already loved thanks to the World's slimmest phone - the X820 Ultra. The SGH-D900 is the slider of the family and is half-inch thick black unit that stands out of the crowd with straight lines and elegant design, combined with multimedia functionality including one of the best cameras in a mobile phone nowadays. With its stylish look and small dimensions and weight, the D900 Ultra is targeted to both male and female users that want a high-end multimedia-oriented device, that doesn't suffer from bulky size or childish appearance.  In the extraordinary-designed box, typical for the Ultra phones of Samsung, the handset comes bundled with manuals, CD with software, charger, stereo headphones and USB cable for Computer synchronization.



3. unregistered

may have better earphones but not in sound quality, the d900 uses almost the exact same sound chip as in the apple ipod. next time, do better in commenting.

2. Michael unregistered

Your review has wrong statements as I mention below. 1. D900 can play video in landscape mode. Like D600, just press 1 button. The video will play in landscape/full-screen mode. 2. K800i definitely has better earphones by FAR. Just customize the EQ with manual settings. Next time, do better in reviewing.

1. shahab unregistered

d900 is the best camera-phone
SGH-D900 Ultra 12.9
  • Display
    320 x 240 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP (Single camera)
  • Storage 0.06GB, microSD
  • Battery 800 mAh

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