i think its gonna fail, just look at the size of the screen....even the n73 has a bigger screen than this!
Looks like a burnt piece of brick to me ;| Still think Nokia has the best designs along with SE.
Compareing it to nokia n95 or se k850 in an aspect of design this one is the best. I dont like samsung, but this cell is nice :)
iv work in o2 and we have it pencilled in for a november 2007 release
optical zoom? nice move Samsung!
btw, ne-1 know when will Samsung SCH-B600 be available worldwide?
Some of you SE folks should know that Sony and samsung has a patent sharing aggrement some time back. Other that Samsung's home networking and Sony's PSP technology they share everything. Thats a win-win situation for both but very bad news for Nokia, Moto and LG. Cheers!
some of you got to read the previous posts.
samsung is the 1st company to make 10mega pixel phone! 5mega pixel is like so 3 years ago in korea!
-->with regards to SE:
SE has made the best screens in it's market of Japan. all phones are powered by bravia engine optical CPU and wide QVGA screens. not to mention that japanese people doesn't like more than two Megapixel camera, that's why we can barely see 3mp cameras in SE Japan but they all have the icings the european phones provide :)
Reply to Jova.
LoL...i agree with you. just because n95 came out on top now SE and samsung had to come out with a 5mp cam. but they had a special on TV of a 5mp camphone and a 2mp and lower and there was no diff. you just need to be in an area that has good light!!!
"LOL @ Samsung, they are always in the trails of SE. They are trying to catch up to SE by copying what their new phones will include cough. 5megapixels, lol."
You probably have NEVER been to South Korea. Samsung was introducing 5MP cameraphones as far back as 2004! They already have a 10MP cameraphone in Korea since last year.
Do some research-
The entire GSM world of Europe & Asia is still behind the megapixel count by 2-3 years vs Korea & Japan. And the USA is another 1-2 years behind them because our greedy carriers tinker with them for months and put their own lame restrictions...