Anyone have this phone in the states with cingular? Any problems making it work out of the box?
I am from Singapore, I am deciding whether to wait for this phone to be release here or shall I get a samsung e900. So i would like to hear about what you all might advise abt the samsung e900. Thnks..
the speaker is softer than my old 3G z150, not a bad phone but its a crappy music player.
can anyone tell me what is the 3D sound speaker?
and with this phone and D840, which of them you guys will reccogamend?
Please Samsung, bring the D900, Z710 and D870 to Asia Pacific especially to the East and Souteast Asia immediately, so that SONY F**KERSON and NO--kia will eat your dust and we will buy those sweet thing.
Anyone know how long does it take D900 to take picture? As people said P850 takes 5 seconds to take a picture.. gosh, that's like ages!
hi does anyboy know if u can choose your own message tone and alarm tone thnaks ...
sorry, this is the right one: http://www.samsung.com/uk/presscenter/pressrelease/pressrelease_20060711_0000270577.asp
Where is it on Samsung's UK site? It doesn't appear yet on their UK site.
I read Samsung UK site and yes, it does have autofocus. Now, where the heck can I get one???
mag, an unlocked set means that the phone can work on any gsm carrier by just inserting any carrier's sim card. a locked set means that the phone has settings exclusive to a particular carrier. in other words, you cant put a t mobile sim card in a v630i that has vodafone settings as the phone won't work.
An unlocked phone is when that isn't preset with a service providers software and settings. That means you can just pop in a SIM card and the phone will work on the network.
The disadvantage is, these phone usually cost more, and you might have to take some time to adjust the setting to work on the network.
The advantage is that there a lot of phones to choose from (most phones, at least in the states, don't get picked up by a service provider, so you usually have buy an unlocked phone). Also, you can use the phone on another network.
unlocked refers to a phone that can be used regardless of what mobile service you're using. locked phones can only be used by a sim card for a specific mobile service.