Samsung U600 – a full featured Slim phone

The Samsung U600 was introduced as part of the new Ultra Edition II series. This is the world's thinnest phone with only 10.9 mm. It boasts a wide range of abundant features on the slim phone. Functions that actually work. The slim phone is ultra light so it can be conveniently operated and maintained. This is in fact the successor to Samsung's highly popular D900.

Profile

The Samsung U600 seems professional without being too business-minded. This slider phone is dominated by the front screen. For a small phone the screen is large enough. The phone optimizes the contrast of the screen with daylight mode. The screen is a good resolution with 262,000 colors.

Keyboard

Below the screen there are two touch-sensitive keys, a mechanical four-way navigation key, and touch-sensitive send and end call keys. The screen opens with Samsung's super smooth slide mechanism. It covers a flat numeric keypad.

Camera

3.2 megapixel camera is located at the back of the device, as the lens is well protected when not in use. Auto focus and LED photo light, but no proper xenon flash. You can also use the business card recognition feature to create images from the business card. Then magically enter all the important information from the business card into your contact database. The camera is extremely impressive for the ultra slim phone.

Music Player

The Samsung U600 mobile phone has a stunning music player. The MP3 player comes with a great sound and a great interface that is almost as good as the Sony Ericsson Walkman phone interface. Great sound quality is a digital amplifier specially developed for Bang Bang and Olufsen. It plays a number of music formats, including MP3, AAC files, and protected Windows Media files. You can mix or repeat music, create custom tracks, create playlists, and set up equalizer.

Features

Your phone has 60 MB of internal memory and can be expanded with a microSD card. The phone is a four-band GSM phone, GPRS and blue tooth. This allows web browsing and sending e-mail.

Source by Harry K Smith

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