If you wish you can also edit your pictures using the integrated Image Editor - it's a very capable application, especially for a feature phone. It allows you to apply a whole bunch of effects and tweaks.
Transformations and crops, as well as insertion of various items, are also available. All in all, the Samsung B2700 offers you virtually all of the most popular editing capabilities you could possibly use on a cell phone. However, we still doubt it anyone takes image editing on their mobiles seriously, especially on a 1.9" display.
Affordable rugged phones are usually underpowered in terms of extra applications, but Samsung B2700 is a pleasant exception. Its music player is quite decent, the missing equalizer option pretty much the only compromise. The inadequate 26 MB built-in memory doesn't have to bother you, as the microSD card slot can handle up to 8GB of music.
The Music player application allows filtering tracks by author, album, genre and composer. You can also choose to play either the tracks you've recently listened to, or the ones that you've played the most. If that doesn't seem enough, you can create your own custom playlists.
The music player can naturally be minimized to play in the background. There are neither equalizer presets, nor wide and surround options in Samsung B2700.
The video player doesn't have many features, the basic player doesn't even support fullscreen or landscape mode, yet fast-forward and rewind are among the players features.