BEHNAM; you are right, Behnam. It may be a pity. But photos taken by its camera can easily be moved back to phone memory. So only downloaded images remain. 60Mb is not too bad. If you consider 300kb for an average photo, almost 200 photos......you may need more.
Anyway, I never felt it a big defect because ZOOMING PICTURES is not the main purpose, I use this for. I have business in it. It is EDGE class10 and operamini ver.3.1 performs best with it. I use this more often than pc for internet surfing. I send and recieve e-mails from 3 different accounts using this phone. I love music - with the headset, it is an excellent music player etc etc.
I advise you not to purchase this, as many other models are available which you can use to zoom a memory card full of photos!! (Though you may need to hire a wagon to carry most of them with you :-D engineering doesn't seem to have grown up advanced in nok's and SE'S to design a compact phone?
it is just superb.......u can get all the features at a very cheap rate........just go 4 it
Rajesh It`s a pity that pictures only in internal memory can be zoom.
Rajesh do u think the same as me?
BEHNAM; Photos should be in the internal phone memory(60MB) to be zoomed
But I have one more question.
I want to know is there any difference that ur picture is in external memory or in internal memory to zoom or not?
BEHNAM; You can zoom, view full screen and zoom while in fullscreen, ANY picture, downloaded from pc
Hi,I`m planing to buy d900 but I want to know if it can zoom in any picture or not?
for example d820 can zoom in only camera pictures not the other pictures.
(Feb 27, 2007 / SEC)
Samsung D900 wins 2007 Global Mobile Award for “Best GSM Mobile Handset”
Samsung Electronics is proud to announce that the Ultra Edition Samsung D900 mobile phone has won the GSM Association’s Global Mobile Award for Best GSM Mobile Handset. The award, announced at a ceremony at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, recognises excellence in handset design and innovation.
Samsung D900 Ultra Edition – The World’s Slimmest and Best Slider
The Samsung D900 Ultra Edition offers the latest in multimedia technology with premium slide-up design for business professionals. The 13mm slide-up is the thinnest slider ever designed, yet still features a large, vivid 262K colour screen and a powerful 3.13 megapixel camera, starting the 3 megapixel camera phone trend for the mobile market this year. The Samsung D900 also includes business features such as document viewer, TV-output function, and supports Bluetooth stereo headset (A2DP) function to enhance users’ multimedia experience.
Accepting the award, Dohwan Choi, Executive Vice President of Samsung’s Telecommunications Network Business, commented: “I’m delighted and honoured to receive this award for Best Handset for the D900 – an amazing accolade from the GSMA. Samsung is committed to delivering the best possible user experience in the most attractive design. We will expand our portfolio of GSM models and continue to release one-of-a-kind products like the Samsung D900 Ultra Edition.”
Rob Conway, CEO of the GSM Association, said: “Achieving success in the global mobile industry requires a combination of innovation, expertise, tenacity and confidence - but the key ingredient is a knowledge of what the market needs to move forward in the new mobile era. The 2007 winners are recognised as having turned that knowledge into practical services and solutions that capture mobile users' needs. My congratulations on behalf of the GSMA - we wish you every continued success.”
The 2007 awards judges described Samsung’s D900 as a “design breakthrough - fun, cool, a great package providing all the fundamentals - an impressive offering.”
Shayne, G-mail allows free pop3 access; others I'm not sure. You can setup any e-mail account in the phone; first you should enable pop3 access. Settings given in my guide are for g-mail, for others you'll have to find out smtp and pop3 servers' addresses and ports.
hiya cud ani1 tell me wich 1 is better the samsung d900 or the samsung d900i??..plz an thanx
rajesh, what are the pop3 email accounts i cud use to havce the gmail access in my cp...is it really free?
it is not likely to be a problem in phone. Contact your service provider. in phone, menu..messages..settings..mms..recieving options..home network:select 'Automatic'. What about creating a g-mail account and using the phone's e-mail feature? better than mms.
rajesh, how come i can send international mms(canada) but i cant receive mms,im from Phils..