How large can the MicroSD card or Transflash card be ?
Can i use a 2gb MicroSD card in it ?
I havent tried yet, but the Samsung PC software does have a "synchronise" option so i would assume yes you can synchronise with Outlook, etc.
Also, considering you can view MS office files (Word, PP) and pdf's, i cant see why you wouldnt be able to synchronise with MS software.
And before you ask, no i dont have enough time to actually try it out.
The N73 is a brick cos its made by... Nokia. Good phone, but yes.. a clumsy, bulky brick.. And it is a bit geeky to ask "which is better" as well, cos it purely comes down to your needs and wants.
D900 and K800 are similarly matched. Personally, my opinion would be swayed by looks and size. If you found the N73 too much of a brick, then i bet you'll find the K800 a brick as well. The latter is also a bit of an ugly b4stard.
In which case, the D900 'wins' but only because of looks and size. It might not be the smallest, but it IS one of the slimmest, making it very pocket friendly.
Its a bit like asking: "Which is better, Angie or J Lo?" To which i would reply Angie, because she is smaller and slimmer and better looking. They both do the same thing, so you cant compare. But you can compare size and looks.. Personal preference..
"How loud is the ring on the phone in comparison to the sony ericsson W600?"
Who would know that apart from a nausing geek? I dont know, but what i am pretty confident is that both will be pretty 'audible' if thats what concerns you. And yes, the D900 does have a 'loud' ring...
"Can you upload MP3 songs to the phone and use them as ringtones? and does the volume quality change?"
Yes you can. And no, the speaker is pretty good, so the volume quality doesnt necessarily get affected.
"Overall how does this phone compare to the motorola V3x?"
Again, im really not geek enough to know, but considering you are talking about a sh*tty Motorola, i would say there really is no contest. Not knowing of one good phone that Motorla have ever made, how you could even ask the question beggars beleif. American mobile design is truly awful and even though Moto software is less user friendly than a Vic 20, the disigns are so bland it actually hurts.
I hope that answers your question.
Can anybody tell me if you can synchronize the D900 with outlook contacts and calender.
hey i am considering buying this phone but i have a few questions...
How loud is the ring on the phone in comparison to the sony ericsson W600?
Can you upload MP3 songs to the phone and use them as ringtones? and does the volume quality change?
Overall how does this phone compare to the motorola V3x?
any help would be greatly appreciated, thnx
To save a sent message, once the message has been written press "options" and then "save and send". It will then save and send the message.
Its annoying this isnt/you cant set this as the default, but then thats just Jap design..
You must have mighty fat fingers then cos i sure dont have that problem!
Not sure and to be honest it isnt a massive problem really is it?
Remember a mobile phone is there to call and text people first, not snap photos or record video. The latter are what are called "extras" and hence the devices ability to do such a thing will always be just "adequate".
Hence, phones like this probably arent capable of more than an hours recording. But thats hardly something to moan about.
Perhaps if the D900 was useless at calling and texting people, i might join you in asking ridiculous questions about its performance.
(NB: if you want more than an hours recording, can i suggest something called a camcorder? It will probably cost you less and work a whole lot better, what with recording video being its 'native' use. Juses christ.....)
Hi everyone,as i know,this phone use Camera only 60 min? is it true? it is too short if i want to take camera more than 60 min.....any one know about this?
o and when trying 2 put a space in when txting on this phone is a nightmare because of the section that at the bottom that sticks out
got a d900 its a very nice fone, good size and functions... only problem iv found is were is the option to save sent messages?
THe D900 does NOT have touch sensitive buttons, thanks f*ck!
Silent mode on the D900 is easily done by simply holding down the # key.
Dont think you can on the D900. Thats the only problem with phones like this that dont have an O/S - its a pain in the balls trying to personalise your phone.
But then the trade off with that is that you get a cool, sleek looking phone, as a pose to a bulky, ugly looking geek phone. Like a Nokia...
Is it possible to personalise Message tones to MP3 tracks o this phone? Other Samsung phones don't have this features and i find that quite annoying. Any help would be good before i consider buying this.
I like more the ring then vibrate feature of samsung phones because when you are in a cinema/private place or in a meeting and you forget to silent mode your phone, you do not have to lower the volume by yourself using the side keys in order for you not to disturb others. The phone immediately goes to vibration mode after 2 ringing and that is cool and comfortable.
Touch sensitive buttons?? Tell me is NOT true! I read that on other site forum.. The buttons are sensitive like Samsung E900 or like LG Chocolate??? Hope not! I hope the buttons are like the ones on D600!
thx soo much for the info...gonna get it with a friend now.. :) hope i can get it faster..lol
This is a big step for Samsung. They add a ring profile (can ring and vib at same time), can view photos in full screen, added autofocus to the camera. It's like a complete version of the very best D600. Can't wait to have this !
Yes, it can do as follows.
1. vibrate and ring at the same time (mp3 and to any kind of music/sound format)
2. Vibrate then ring
3. ring then vibrate.
Just like the D820
Hey guys, im planning on getting a D900 next week...just wondering does it have the old Samsung problem where if you set your own ringtone, you cant set the vibrate along with it. You have to use a special program to "attach" the vibration to the ring tone. anyone know the answer to that?
Yes you can.
And Shaw, thanks for such a mature comment. We are all now enlightened thanks to you.
Not American by any chance? Would never have guessed...