Do this phone have "Answer machine which answers the caller and record his message"? I can't seem to get it.
Anyone can help me out? I try to send photo from my phone to pc, but it all got transfer failed message, how can I solve it, how can I transfer my photo to my pc, thank you so much for your help!!
Babar: Nope, no lighting scheme here. It doesn't even have a light for signal strength or light that lets you know you have a text message or missed calls. The phone is not "plain" it's sleek and smooth design. I haven't found any Samsung that allows you to change the phone covers. If you're looking for a lighting scheme and changeable faceplates, you might wanna take a look at Nokia. I know there's a Motorola that also has lighting scheme, but not too sure about the changeable faceplates. Not too sure of the specific models of both brands though.
hey guys i was just wondering if this phone has any "lighting scheme" by that i mean are the colours of the buttons anything different from other phones or is it plain. And are you able to change any thing on the phone such as the lighting scheme as well as the colour of the phone cover. n ways thanks
I was using Nokia from 1980s untill jan 2006, I bought Samsung X700 and I was amazed with the features that samsung has and I bought D820 and found has more features which icludes:
1- Alarm manager: Five alarms working on selected days of the week.
2- Privacy: a password option on call register, phonebook, images, video, music, sounds, other files, and memory card.
3- one hour voice recording.
4- optional SMS remider every 2 or 1 minutes.
5- Answer machine which answer gthe caller and record his message.
6- several dialling fonts.
7- rich mms and picture SMS templates.
8- TV out: connect your phone to TV and watch your good quality recorded video and downloaded video,and you can see your phone screen menu also.
All these features are absent in Nokia. Samsung has rich and bright screen. The quality of 1.3 MP camera of Samsung is better than 2MP camera in my N70. Both Nokia N70 and D820 record and play MP4 CIF video. Nokia N70 can't play Video recorded by Samsung, but Samsung plays Video recorded by Nokia which mean Samsung has more efficient MP4 player. This what I can remember so far.
D820 is great phone. I strongly recommend this phone to any one. About the battary, it is not a big issue. I bought another battaery and I charged and keep with me as a backup. I do this with all phones. So I never enountered any problem.
CJ: better is kinda depend on somebody's point of view. I know people who is so brand minded that they prefer one brand to the other, even though you can see from the spec that the other brand is better. Also, it all depends on have you ever used a Samsung before. Every cell phone has different User Interface. Some people are not used to the Samsung's UI so that they give D820 a bad review. But it all goes back to what you're looking on a phone.
Above CJ: Can't put cell phone strap on D820.
just curious.. for those who have bought the d820 already, is there a loop hole at the top of the phone where you can hang a cell phone accessory off of it? i know this is not really significant in any way but i'd like to know.. thanks!!
Aside from it's size, camera and sound quality, is a Samsung D820 better than a Nokia 3230? Coz I was thinking of getting the Samsung but based on the bad reviews, I'm having second thoughts...
Hahahaha... I did have a good time with my D820 (and still am). Sorry if I ever confused anyone. But my battery life from the beginning is just not that great (2 days max but that DOESN'T mean this phone suck). I can't get more than that. But this problem (battery died after 7 hours or so) just came up to me 2 days ago. So, yes, I think there's something wrong with the battery. The other possibilities are problems with the phone itself or the charger. I haven't got a chance to bring it to Samsung yet. But I think the problem started with the charger. I NEVER unplugged the charger from the wall. I just leave it as is. And when I need to charge my D820, I just plug the connector to my cell phone. So, the charger seems to work 24/7 for the last 2 months (I started to think that it's a bad idea to do such thing). I could be wrong though. But so far, I have no problem with my other chargers. I'm also using O2 XDA II (1 year running) and (blush) Nokia 6280 (also around 2 months)..... But Nokia only for back up phone :-D.
Come on JT, i doubt if you are the same guy who is always helping some user in this forum and if you are, how come that only this time you posted this problem in your phone considering you have used it for many months. You are only confusing the readers of this forum and your opinion is debatable knowing that samsung batteries will reach its effectiveness and full potentials every charging you make and that is the truth. I know in my own personal experience, initially the batteries are not push to thier limits for initial or second time of charging only. My battery lasted 2-3 days with full use of phone (music, games, calls, texting and internet browsing) and 4 days without using the multimedia features.
Well you opinion regarding the battery is confusing. I guess maybe your battery is defective. It is better to bring it to Samsung Service Center while the warranty lasts.
Oh then, at least "YOU HAD A GOOD TIME" with Samsung D820 and that is more important.
i want to buy the D820 but ive searched on all the popular websites eg the link and carphonewarehouse and they dont seem to have it does anyone know if they would have it instore? And is this phone worth buying?
Finally, after months of having a good time with this phone, I'm experiencing what others been complaining about.. The short battery life. Sure, 2 days at 1 charge is pushing the limit, but not using the phone and CANNOT even last a day at one charge??? I'm bringing mine in to Samsung tomorrow. Wish my phone luck.
dont get 6280 they're terrible they are poorly built fone
slider is crap
my girlfriend has got one and has been through 5 of them
dust under screen etc...
slider not very smooth
and the list goes on
this fone is awsome
slider is smoothest ever
and it's all black and awsome looking
features are great to battery is great
i prefer this to my nokia 8800
I really glad that you enjoy using your T809. However, i must tell you that D820 a actually a better phone. I'm not i'm biased or what where. The functions are clearly much better. T809 is actually the locked version of D820. If you like T809, I guess you would be estatic if u get D820.
D820 can certainly set MP3 files as ringtones. We need not convert them to .3gp format or whatever. For T809, Under normal conditions, you actually can't set your own mp3 files as ringtone. However, worry not. I've posted a solution to this problem back in this forum(at page 4).
From what i know from other forums, the T809 actually do NOT have the TV-out function and the Piscel Viewer(document viewer). These are actually some of the most excusive functions on my D820. T-mobile ruin the phone. Alas.
Its a state of the art, a chick mobile set, one cannot stop falling in love with its grace
This handset is great, I'm in love with its sleek design and crystal clear LCD. I also like the camera, even though its only 1.3 mpixel picture clarity is comparable to a 2.0 mpixel camera.
I have a question though, can somebody teach me on how to set mp3 as text message tone. I can only use it for my ringing tone. Thanks.