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Samsung D900 (SGH-D900 / Ultra Edition 12.9)

 Samsung D900 Discontinued
21st June 2006

The Samsung D900 is a compact sliding phone with a 3.13 megapixel digital camera. It's an impressively slim slider - Samsung say the SGH-D900 is the thinnest slider ever - at just 13mm thick and 85 grams in weight.

It forms part of Samsung's "Ultra Edition" range, and the SGH-D900 also has the name Ultra Edition 12.9, the 12.9 referring to the thickness of the handset in millimetres.

 Samsung SGH-D900 In addition to the 3.13 megapixel camera, the Samsung D900 has a 2.1" 240x320 pixel TFT display, 80Mb of internal memory with microSD expansion, stereo Bluetooth, quad-band GSM with GPRS and EDGE and also a TV output. The fact that Samsung have managed to squeeze all of that into such a tiny handset is an impressive feat.

There's also a multimedia player capable of playing back MP3 and AAC audio formats, a digital power amp and document viewer, and presumably the Samsung D900 has all the usual things that you'd expect from this type of handset.

It's a bit of a dull handset to look at though - it looks almost identical to many other Samsung sliders on the market. Although there are limited design options when dealing with these ultra-compact phones, it does seem that Samsung haven't made much of an effort to make the SGH-D900 stand out.. which is a shame because it's quite an impressive handset.

No release date or price has been announced for the SGH-D900.

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Samsung D900 (SGH-D900) at a glance

Available:

2006

Network:

GSM 850/900/1800/1900

Data:

GPRS + EDGE

Screen:

240x320 pixels, 262k colours

Camera:

3.13 megapixels

Size:

Compact slider
104x51x13mm / 85 grams

Bluetooth:

Yes

Memory card:

Yes

Infra-red:

No

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

Yes

Battery life:

Not specified

 

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