Thank you.. the password u provided worked!!
I bought it at Ipixel Store- Cyberzone-SM City North Edsa. Initial Charge 7/29 -- succeeding charge 8/02 7pm -- so i guess battery is OK. Screen is full color & clear. Am only using it for Suncell Calls. Price is 6000.- Phil pesos, Open Line, No Sim.
hi aileen..try 00000000..samsung normally uses this password..by the way, where did u buy it?how's the battery life, screen, & performance?im here in manila
HELP PLS...Bought a unit for 6000- Phil Peso. Great for Suncell calls. Smallest Clamshell size. 1 Problem: My Unit is askin for A PASSWORD -- for deleting phone# in memory & for unit RESET ---- Samsung didn't provide in its instructions...
I reckcon its an ok phone (only cause theres a simpsons version) but it needs bluetooth or infared and a bigger memory
See on what basis this phone is designed I can't cum to conclusion. Basically its a camera phone with no required memory (just 0.6mb), than whats use in getting it.
And no memory card, no Mp3 ringtones, no video (the specification with video is an error), small battery meaning charging every day...But still a lovely phone.
Saw it yesterday, looks exactly like E700 but incredibly small and nice. Very cheap too in Bangkok about 100 euros. Nearly bought it but the Vga camera and only 600K memory made me think twice. Finally will wait for the 6267 Nokia with so many more features, even if bigger.
But nice gift for your girlfriend though...
samsung m300 aside ocean blue color are they have another color;i like m300 because its so cute'
I have seen it in three colors on mobile gazette,but I don't find it in India.How long I have to wait.
How much is it in SE Asia Region? in the Philippines?
Adil and Pie, anyway thanks a lot to you guys!
art, I can tell u that the U stands for ultimate such as 'u600 or U700, or U100'
Isnt this phone exactly the same as the E700 range?
Good lower end phone I guess....
Not sure on what 'M' range means either, hmm
What's M stands for? Anyone who can give the first letters of Samsung models mean, e.g., Z, E, C, X, F, i, D, etc.? Thanks
Hmmmm, that´s strange - about stand-by and talk-time data --- German T-Mobile states that stand-by is 290 hrs, talk-time is 360 min. I wonder which data is right, it makes quite a difference.