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Samsung P900 DMB phone

Samsung P900 DMB phone - read the full textSamsung is going for the European video broadcast market this year, as they will present their new SGH-P900 DMB (Digital Media Broadcast) phone at the 3GSM World Congress. The new device is based on Korean DMB technology that has been adapted for the European broadcast standards. The clamshell...


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This is an amazing phone which was bought in Germany while i was working abroad but has been tested and works perfectly on all UK newtorks. Please note that the TV function on the phone does not Seem to work in the UK, but there could be software somewhere that could fix this. Apart from this the phone has a great specification with Video, MP3 and a 2 Mega Pixel Camera.

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  • 2006-12-18 19:08
  • iLNH

This phone is great this is the way of the future more phones like this samsung and sony ericson are really storming the market now, the d500 was amazing and this phone just takes the z500 to a whole new level thankyou samsung

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  • 2006-02-21 00:04
  • MSRn

At 124g, it is amazingly light, given the features.

dvb-h and t-dmb are quite similar. dmb piggy-back on dab while dvb-h is modified from dvb-t.

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  • 2006-02-12 17:59
  • TCvU

kki think its cool but in the same time strange.a good thing is the keypad that its pretty nice and a bad thing is the weight-factor

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  • 2006-02-08 20:04
  • SvBb

I like the way you can set it down, to watch the screen. Nice trick.
I was missing that with other designs.
The rest of the phone needs to be inspected yet.

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  • 2006-02-08 17:53
  • S3vX

i am trying to know that this DMB fone like can we watch korean tv at american...which is where i live at TEXAS ??

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  • 2006-02-08 05:20
  • 4cSM

This is gonna suck because of the form factor: It doesn't look easy to hold, esp. for long durations, due to the weight imbalance.

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  • 2006-02-08 02:20
  • PSv3

I find it hard to believe that with such a striking design Samsung haven't used NXT sound View speakers?????????????

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  • 2006-02-07 18:26
  • MV1X

There is essentially no difference between T-DMB And DVB-H. Both are a version of Digital tramsmisions identical to the digital television we have in our homes. I would question the integration of a T-DMB receiver as DVB-H has been developed specifically for handheld devices.

But not know the technology that well i suppose it's entirely possible. Maybe its a case that T-DMB uses more power as opposed to the optomised handheld version? who knows. The T in T-DMB stands for terrestrial which is what makes me think the information isn't correct, assumedly the bandwidth of a standard digital tv signal would be too high for a handheld to receive. Hence the development of DVB-H. But that's all speculation on my part.

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  • 2006-02-07 15:11
  • SibI

this product of SAMSUNG is very beautiful and very expensive for me,this is primary version of Ptype samsung mobile.enjoy it!

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  • 2006-02-07 12:34
  • TuI9

Leejit, Q stands for quater. Q1 for example = january, febuary, march. The other quaters, 2,3,4 are for the remaining months in the year.

Hope this helps.

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  • 2006-02-07 12:17
  • mCSY

Great! it is much better compared to nokia n92 according to the size & weight. But may i ask wads the difference between n92's "DVB-H" tv receiver & p900's "DMB-T"?

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  • 2006-02-07 12:12
  • PFMY

so it says its released Q2, what month am i looking forward to its release date? can anyone answer what Q2 means thanks like the months around or whatever.
and does anyone have the front view image of the phone?

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  • 2006-02-07 09:08
  • UiSY

i luv it

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  • 2006-02-07 07:05
  • PGHd

I like Samsung the most, but all its new model does not come with FM Receiver. I am not sure whether this has...

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  • 2006-02-07 06:44
  • in{W

id love to see the battery efficiency of this phone since d600 isnt really gr8 but ever since samsung is my favorite brand this model makes my imagination fly

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  • 2006-02-07 01:50
  • PYDt

i think it looks good enough to even buy. i just might do that u know.

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  • 2006-02-07 00:58
  • FSyP

This looks very promising.

As far as I recall, the asian Samsung phones supporting DMB has had a crappy battery life though, even when not using the features - but it is definitely something new (in Europe) and exciting! :)

I especially like the tilt-function of the phone, which reminds me strongly of the Nokia N92.

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  • 2006-02-07 00:41
  • iCKL

I was thinking about battery. how long it will last?

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  • 2006-02-07 00:05
  • nt@E

Hurry up and come to Australia is all i can say

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  • 2006-02-07 00:01
  • RKh2

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