no calendar (it show only the one day not the month)
no HF speaker
This phone is wonderful! For those who keep commenting on the small screens, fyi, the messages and the phone book can be read on the large screen. You have to really hold the phone and use it to get the feel of how great this phone is!
this phone is verry nice
i was thinking about getting it but i got the soe k810i because the little screen
i love the disinge of the fone but thats all
So they've glued together a 1997 phone and a music player. Great... Nice to read text messages with a 2 row screen - what is the point with the big screen on the "music side"? And has samsung heard of this thing called internet that you can access with your phone?
2 screen displays in one of the slimmest phone..that is so HOT baby!! Samsung has done another gr8 job again!
be more precise, M-R didn't say it's better than walkman phones, instead it's slim multimedia counterpart W880. but only with the presence of the better DSP audio algorithm and radio, better imaging algorithms in the camera, F300 "only" aheads on the music and imaging side against W880, but all in all W880 is proven to be better in general aspect.
Definitely better sound quality than Sony Ericsson Walkman phones according to a blind test survey ( http://www.mobile-review.com/review/f300vsw880-en.shtml ). 5 out of 5 gave F300 a thumbs up on sound quality as compared to Sony Ericsson which only gets 2 out of 5
They have already invented First true Double-sided LCD for mobile phones. So one can expect upcoming dual side models to have 2 large screens and to get even thinner. Cheers!
hey gsmarena, this is music ph, and i only want to know how is music quality through branded ear piece, is it comparable to SE walkman phs????
it's a good phone by spesifications bt it's looks are so dull.... it's not atractive lol....
This looks like an experiment which hasn't been thought through thoroughly! Respect to Samsung for trying something new, their handsets have been far more refreshing recently than the consistent portfolio expansion of Sony, Motorola et al. It seems like a very good idea, if only they hadn't concerned themselves overly with slimness and just built a functional media device. Oh, and making the music-player more friendly wouldn't have gone amiss either. I'll be sticking with my W810i, but this is a very positive step in device integration :-)
Nice phone, indeed!
But, please do a Mega Review of Nokia 5700 as it is one of most popular phones thees days! Please :)
Like no other whaaaaaaat!!!! that's a sony phrase what was they thinking
wow...ipod control keys..i love it..so slim..twistable..nice camera..i cant wait any longer to get this phone T-T
anyway being this thread a comments regarding the review. i may say gsmarena commited some mistakes wih regards to this:
"Key featuresi" is this another language or it's a proven small mistake.
Just want to say that Nokia is the original experimenter even though they aren't experimenting much these days. However, I will give Samsung credit where due, regardless of which year or age, I still believe Samsung Polyphonic tones sound richer than every other brand. Most of all I just wanted to be the second poster...for the very first time. One day I will be first (smile).