rizz, 10 Aug 2013wow.. announced in 2000 with mp3 playback. must be a great excitment of that time.It was...i paid almost £400 for it.
affairica, 17 Aug 2013Could you set mp3 music as ringtone in this one? It'd be stupid if you could listen to music b... moreYes you could, but with 32mb ram You had to use mp3s in the lowest format possible to get 8-10 songs (96kbps)...I bought this back in 2001 and it cost £399.99.
I had that in 2000 and was proud of it!!! actualy it works even today
Could you set mp3 music as ringtone in this one? It'd be stupid if you could listen to music but not actually use mp3 songs as ringtones...
wow.. announced in 2000 with mp3 playback. must be a great excitment of that time.
Samsung M100 is my first MP3 player phone and I enjoy that phone works for me better for the 7 years with out any trouble.
HaHa, Still working for me. The body was broken under a car tire, but i reassembled it with tape :D
I owned one of these on contract with one to one, here in the uk. Great phone and one of the first with mp3 support. loved every second of ownership before i moved onto the nokia 8310. thumbs up from me :)
This was my second phone. I loved it and was proud to have an MP3 player in a phone. Phone design was basic and boring. Build quality was surprisingly good for a Samsung. The keypad and the keys were plasticky for my taste. Best part was the quality earphones and the remote control. 32MB for music, in 2001, was not bad for a mobile phone. The screen was tacky and not to my liking. Legibility in sunlight was poor. Excellent reception and call handling. Battery life was better than most phones but could hardly last for 2 hours of continuous music player usage. Still, it was unique and stood it's own against the Nokias and Motorolas and Ericssons.
Actually Fasial, the first Siemens Phone with an MP3 player was the SL45, followed by the SL45i which was followed suit by the SL42
I can't believe that this was the 1st Samsung phone with an MP3 Player built inside it! The other retro phone with an MP3 player inside was a Siemens SL42, I think.