how come everyone says this fone only cost 500. on this website it says around 900
when is a video presentation gonna be just to make same comparatives with other mobiles
well i think that the one with 5.0mpixeli was better but now you rely need to look for a perfect mobile
i got to use this phone yesterday at a vodafone conference. its very good the hapatic technology in it that allows you to feel touches on the screen is fantastic. as for wifi who needs it? vodafone has excellent 3g and 3.5g coverage which allows this phone to have an excellent internet browsing experience without having to find a wifi hot spot.
The release date has been changed from the 4th of november to the 18th. This is at least the info i recieved last friday.
What,NO OS, when are they realise that crappy samsung solutions arent worth it....
it was 3 megapixels and 2.8 inch screen.
now its a 3.2 inch screen and 3.2 mp camera.
on the new reviews on the upcoming samsung phones it says that the F700 will have gps so there is hope for other things that they might put in. so dont knock this phone it will get better.
does this phone support microsdhc cards? / what is the biggest memory card that will work with this phone?
Is there any possibility of Samsung releasing this, period?! It's been 8 months since they announced it. What are they waiting for?!!!
Is there any possibility of Samsung releasing this with 850Mhz band as well?
5mpixel camera chenge to 3mpixel camera!!!!!Why?in i620 wifi has been removed and now it is awful changing in this handset.what does it have that make me to change my D900 then?nothing in particular.I don't know why samsung afraid to make a huge handset!!always do minimum of what samsung can do.
Samsung,u spoil your handset and ur compony by this kind of bad changing.I love samsung but i don't know what should i say now.
Hope this resolves the 3/5 mega-pixel debate for UK users!
Official Vodafone UK spec summary:
"A smartphone from Samsung with a large 3.2" (240 x 432) Touchscreen, QWERTY keyboard, a 3 Megapixel Camera, video calling and an FM Radio."