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Samsung F210 (SGH-F210)

 Samsung F210 Discontinued
25th June 2007

The Samsung F210 is an upgraded version of the Samsung X830 "Blush" phone announced last year, and it shares the X830's unusual format. It is also closely related to the somewhat more basic Samsung F200.

As you can probably tell, Samsung also make MP3 players - and the SGH-F210 draws on this experience. When closed you would be hard pushed to tell that it's a phone at all. The F210's slim form factor (just 88 x 31 x 20mm) and the unusual 128 x 220 pixel display make the handset look very much like a compact media player.

 Samsung F210 Although this is closely based on the X830, and shares a similar rotator mechanism, the F210 comes with a much more conventional (although very slim) number pad, plus a microSD slot in addition to the 1GB of internal memory in the phone. Most people won't need to upgrade the F210's memory, but if necessary it can support a 2GB microSD card which should be plenty.

The SGH-F210 supports various media formats including MP3, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA formats plus various types of DRM. The Samsung F210 doesn't have an FM radio, but on the other hand it has a 2 megapixel digital camera. Bluetooth is also supported, presumably with stereo audio connections.

Underneath all the multimedia stuff, this is a tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz handset with GPRS data, Java and a WAP browser. Samsung haven't specified how much the F210 weighs, but it is probably less than 80 grams. No pricing or availability information was available at the time of going to press.

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Samsung F210 (SFH-F210 at a glance)


Q3 2007


GSM 900/1800/1900




128x220 pixels, 262k colours


2 megapixels


Compact rotator
88 x 31 x 20mm



Memory card:








Battery life:

Not specified


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