This samsung was released as the Samsung A900 in CDMA form for the Sprint network not long ago for those who ask. The D810 shown above is a GSM form of the phone that will become released shortly. Because of the popularity with the CDMA version, the GSM version will be available for GSM carriers.
As of those who think that this was a copy of the razr: this phone was released in Korea as the V740 little before the release of the razr. It was actually Motorola company executives that had saw the concept in a show months before, that they created the razr based on Samsungs plans in order to compete.
first of all, samsung's product is similar to razor V3, but it has WAY more qualities! I think samsung made a perfect product for all to use, it is more comfortable and simpler. Korea rules! because samsung does.
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this cell is same looks like razr but you have not inserted the other pics of this cell so plz add other pics also
this phone is way cooler than my last phone "nextel i530" it bites i like this phone way better and it is a lot cooler than the razer because i had a razer and they break a lot easier so i give it a 9/10
I am considering this as a replacement for the Razr I've got. This has more features and, based on past experience, the user interface will be better.
Moto batteries are awful (the cheap Moto work cell needs a nightly charge, the Razr is not quite as bad), Moto's user interface is dysfunctional by design (although better when purchased unlocked). Razr looks nice, but the hardware is flimsy and the software seems like a high school programming project.
this phone sux as much as its cdma brother(A900). battery is horrible, speed isnt what it should be. Stick to motorola
In US the wireless company called Sprint offers the same phone to the market, but the model is called A900 (included 3G).
Not much in terms of features when it compares to the razr. Battery life sucks and songs are a huge hassle to download. The Razr still has huge advantages over this phone. like bluetooth, an S.D. card and ease of use when it comes to downloading songs for listening or for adding them as a ring tone...Thumbs down for me.
The battery life sucks. Thats the only thing that is wrong with this phones. If samsung improve the battery life, the phone would be a 10 and the razar couldn't touch it.l
samsung is one of the strongest phone we have in this word it is effective and beautiful and it is long lasting as well so i will like the producer to keep it on that is my comment
this samsung D810 is ultimate it is selling too much and i augustine like the model it is very strong and it can cash service easily so i so mnuch love it
Ive had this phone for about a month or 2. It's great. My friends all have the razr and we compare my phone and theirs all the time. Most of the time my phone usually comes out on top. The only thing about this phone is how complicated to media player is! I can't figure it out.
The battery life was terribly misrepresented for this phone. You have to charge it constantly. It seems like looking at it drains the battery. Also, the volume can't be adjusted loud enough, especially with the bluetooth headset. I may look into my options for taking it back. It does look good.
Aparently there is no GSM version of Samsung A920. Peosonally it looks quaite ugly to me compared to this phone model(A900). But that one accept 512Mb card. If thats the issue then go for it.
I'm from the States, and we do know this phone as A900. At the moment I've debating between this phone and another Samsung phone (A920-don't know its abroad-equivalent and don't see it on this site); so I do have some questions regarding the A900's performance, so anyone w/ knowledge would be most appreciated. My main question is if the music can be transferred from pc or notebook, or does it have to be the carrier's music choice program. I have read that you can't set the music to ringtones, but I keep gettin mix info on that. Last question is really, how big is the internal memory. Oh, and an irrelevant question really, but this has a suffle option, right, just not on the pad? Thanks.
I'm from States too. Go check Sprint website or store. They have it as A900. But if you are looking to have a GSM version to work with Cingular or T-mobile then this is not available yet.
Sprint has this model as A900 (nick named Samsung "Blade"). It works on 800 and 1900 MHz CDMA networks.
where are you guys buying this phone? and are you guys sure that this is the Samsung D810, not another name?