sumsung should make software so that we can get 3g network
This review about this phone is awesome...Thanks a lot. Without this review i wouldnt have bought this mobile...Thanks again
pikachu, 03 Jan 2009yr this is cdma+gsm or only gsm+gsmit dual GSM set (No CDMA). chk Platform Section at http://in.samsungmobile.com/mobile/SGH-D780/spec.
bit confusion here... the samsung site http://in.samsungmobile.com/mobile/SGH-D780/spec
displays the Talk Time of 13 Hours. But in this site, the talk time is given of 3 Hours only. it a mistake or real information......
how to know if battery is fully charge?
yr this is cdma+gsm or only gsm+gsm
do you need to reboot the phone to switch between two sims? like the D880?
ha .. can u plzz tel how to add melody ,picture,animations ,emotions,to MY MELODY OR MY PICTURE .. MY ANIMATION.IN TEXT MSGS . we can only add defalt pic,melody ,animation to msg ..not frm my melody..
I wish to purchesh D780 I read all comments & I handel the phone pl give the price in Ind Rs the voice is low
what happens when an mms is sent to slave sim?
this is the one used in dexter series
i liek the ringtone , where can i get it?
Dual sim is the USP here, all th other features are secondary.
As some of our friends mentioned, this is THE Phone for people who have to carry two phones. The secondary feature are also good enough for a normal user.
Probably high end music lovers and browsers should not consider this phone as it's not an entertainment centric instrument.
But it's good....for me!
It is simple mobile handle. because the mobile shape is larger & volume is low.
I think its a good thing to have dual Sim in a phone its flexable
It is very bad that,Price information is not available.....By : email@example.com
nat, 10 Jul 2008What's the point of getting two lines (one sim) in the same carrier? I think you don't underst... moreWell, I don't mean to belittle the benefits of having a dual-sim phone as I'm sure some users probably have a genuine need for two lines from two different carriers. For me, however, I need two lines mainly to distinguish between business and personal calls and I don't mind that both lines are from the same carrier. My second line has the system access fee (in itself, a ridiculous surcharge) waived, and I get to share the same voicemail inbox with the primary line while having two separate outgoing greetings (one for each line). In short, there are some savings that I get to enjoy by having the secondary line option from the same carrier while being able to take advantage of a very seamless transition between the two lines for both incoming and outgoing calls.
But I suppose all that I've said is moot when the user genuinely needs to have two separate SIM cards in their phone. Peace out.
DW, 26 Jun 2008Um...why not just subscribe to a second voice line on your one SIM card? Don't most GSM carri... moreWhat's the point of getting two lines (one sim) in the same carrier? I think you don't understand the point of the dual sim phones.
Um...why not just subscribe to a second voice line on your one SIM card? Don't most GSM carriers provide this service?