Does anyone know if this phone is compatible with a Parrot CK1300 hands-free device?
you find fm in "applications" and you turn on the flashlight by long pressing the "c" key
Could some one please tell me how to turn on the flash light in this phone. Thanks in advance.
User interface definately not the greatest. A little primitive at this day of age. but, interms of durability for that price, it's hard to beat. definately one of the toughest phones i've used based on past experiences with the wonderful Ericsson R310, excellent Nokia 6250. Am waiting for the new Samsung GT2700 now
I suggest to avoid this phone. I bought it, tried it and returned it after 24 hours. Menu-system was ugly, inconvenient and with several errors. No working PC support - no usb-drivers available and Samsung's program PC Studio aslo did not recognise bluetooth. Only good but at the same time annoing thing about Samsung M110 is that if you smash it against the wall it will stay in one piece. So I changed to Siemens ME75 and everything works just perfectly.
Wow. Great phone. Great feel& design. Easy to use. Save your self all the fuss of try finding the right make/ model and buy this! O2 shop GBP 39.99. All the basic features& more. Easy games downloading. Long battery. Oh yes:)(:
Brilliant phone perfect if you wont a nice robust phone that does what it is supposed to!
Well I don't think that there is doubt as to which is tougher. The Sonim XP1 has proven to withstand the harshest conditions, even being run over by a car and stepped on by an elephant...
JC, 05 Jun 2008Hi there can someone plllllllease help with my query??!! To JC
We have the same concern and I also have this phone. I found out that the phone can only receive pix from "no-mega pixel" cameras because of the low memory of M110 (only 2MB I think). This phone can only receive pix in KB file sizes.
so much talk about nokia's 5140...
in the begining there was SIEMENS M35. then came the M40, M45 and so on right up to the M75. if anyone will bother to take a glance at the latter, they will see a remarcable resemblence. first and foremost, the "M" indicative was siemen's (and now benq's) indicative for rugged, outdoor phones. from what i see here, i would have to say that this samsung model based on the M75. i agree, it seems to have improved a great deal the M75 characteristics, but it has certainly nothing to do with nokia's 5140.
btw, the M75 was tested in the amazon rain forest and worked just fine in spite of the temperatures and high (85%) humidity. it even got segnal where sattelite phones were dead. my point is: stop comparing this phone to the 5140, the're completely different. if this one has all the strenghts of the M75 (and very few weaknesses I hope), it promises to be a great one.
Hi there, whta seems to be the problem with sending photos via bluetooth? It only seems to send / receive photos from no mega pixel camera's!
Hey does this phone have a metal body or not? Answers please.. thanks!
If any of your buttons came off you should of got it replaced under the 2 year warrenty.
I just got this phone a few hours ago from a Samsung authorized dealer. The activate/deactivate speakerphone key already came off after a few text msgs. I returned the phone to the dealer but they did not replace the keypads. Accdg to them, the keypads are not part of the warranty and if I wanted to change the keypads, I need to pay an additional USD20. This is not a good customer orientation in part of Samsung. Please do not buy this phone. It is not as rugged as Nokia's 5140.
O2 are selling this phone for £49.99 on pay and go.