is this phone available for asian market? or just europa? coz,i couldn't find it in msia... :(
Hi Just got Samsung S7350 ultra S but do not know how to activate answering Machine of it. Please advuse me in this regard.
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2009wat should i do to use the front camera and what is the default passcode for the phone lock?just press 8 zeros.
does anyone know how to use the 'fake call' feature i cant seem to get it to work?
I think "average use" can vary from user to user. Also, Samsung has a tendency of using smaller rated batteries when comparing to similar models and form factors from other manufacturers so Samsung mobile phones aren't known or recognized for their battery performance. The S7350 has a 880mAh battery while the Nokia 6600 has a 1000mAh battery and both the SE w910 and w760 use 930mAh batteries.
I get 2-3 days (no 3G) out of my S7350 before I need to charge it, but I usually charge it after the second day while I still have 2 bars left. This is an improvement over my last Samsung which had an even smaller battery and more or less had to charge it at the end of each day.
I used 2 have the D900 and purchased the S7350 2 days ago. Apologies in advance 4 being 'stupid' but why can't I get rid of the "Custom" and replace it with "menu" as on the D900?
wat should i do to use the front camera and what is the default passcode for the phone lock?
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2009I have also found that the battery life does not last very long. With 3G on you are lucky to g... moreI switch my 3g to gsm unless i need the fast download speed. I also switched off my phone sounds, they are annoying and waste energy, also vibrate unless its on silent. i use wap quite a bit and have moderate normal phone use, my batt lasts between a day and two. i had a music session with it today, batt at three bars, played over ear phones for about 3.5 hours till i stopped listening (to write exam) still alive, now, some 4 hours later, at one bar...
3G and large TFT display consume a lot of battere... this is common reason...
I have also found that the battery life does not last very long. With 3G on you are lucky to get 1 days battery life. On quering this further with a service centre I was told that the specs on this website are incorrect!! Can you believe this? I think we are being misled!
Got the phone 4 days ago. I like it in general but the battery is poor. According to the specs it is supposed to last much longer, but it only lasts about a day or so with average use.
Could anyone who has bought s7350h please advise me whether this phone's audio recording function is limited by 1 hour (that is, it will stop automatically after recording for one hour)? I am now using L878 and it can only record voice memo not exceeding one hour.
Thank you in advance.
Anonymous, 17 Jun 2009To minimize applications all you do is hit the end call key and when it asks you "Do you want ... morelol, duh... can't believe i didn't see that reply... pmpl. sigh
Thanks, i figured it out too ,,, eventually :D
Anonymous, 28 May 2009can anybody pls tell me the cost of this phone in delhi27000
Figured out the TASK MANAGER.
Go to Settings>Phone settings>Camera key>Always ask/Switch.
Now, when you press the camera key and hold while idle you can switch between functions, call, messages, applications, etc...
Now, to MINIMIZE, when you have an application open, like opera mini, all you need to do is press the CALL END key. The phone asks if you want to finish, or resume.
But, the OK key has a little icon above it that looks like the window minimize key on your pc...
So just press the OK key (D-pad middle black button) and it minimizes the application with a little play icon next to it to show its still running. If you minimize more than one application, the task manager can help you switch between them now... Happy switching!
(a function i really needed to find since having used symbian and sony ericsson phones...)
This is the really pathetic phone. I purchased this phone 15 days back and in these 15 days i have submitted it two times for repair under claim. Purchasing this phone is really wastage of money.
Bufamotis-Will, 14 Jun 2009Thanks, i did in the end. Its different from the SE, and when i use things like Opera Mini, it... moreTo minimize applications all you do is hit the end call key and when it asks you "Do you want to finish?" you'll see that the left soft key is "Yes" and the right soft key is "No" but then also in the middle you see a little black square icon which is linked to the enter on the d-pad -- this is the minimize option.
I can't as yet find any real support for this phone anywhere, also i cant find any application that'll help me utilize the GPS functionality of this phone for getting directions. Apparently this phone originally had route66 software that eventually wasn't included in the release. i also cant find a garmin equivalent that looks to support it. Preferrably i'd want a freeware application if one exists?
Another querry. In the settings, Default Memory. AND in the camera settings, i've repeatedly set the memory to the microSD card. but the phone just ignores this input and reverts to phone memory, which is extremely annoying. Can anyone shed any light on the matter?
Bufamotis-Will, 15 Jun 2009Okay, i've been taking test shots all day, seeing as its a new phone so i cant put it down... ... morehttp://photobucket.com/Bufamotis ...the album goes as follows, first sony ericsson, then samsung, SE-Sams,SE-Sams.etc... the fotos labled a are sony, b are samsung
Okay, i've been taking test shots all day, seeing as its a new phone so i cant put it down...
Right. To give advice to anyone lookin to buy this phone for the camera sake.
REGARDING NIGHT SHOTS.
I was taking shots from late afternoon till sundown, having fiddled with all the settings, white balance, metering mode, night shot, focus, macro dynamic wide range you name it.
After sundown i grabbed my old Sony Ericsson k810i, ran out and took shots of 12 things i'd snapped with the samsung, really fast like, without proper aim or focus care, point and shoot.
Now with near 40 shots from the s7350, i've sorted through the results, chosen the best 12 samsung shots, and compared. I'm dissapointed to report, not ONE S7350 got the colour of the object right, the flash 'over exposes' eveything. shots were blurry and garbled and the detail was really low.
So, REGARDING NIGHT SHOTS, if you are looking to buy, look for a sony ericsson, in 2 years i've almost never taken a shot i didn't want, and i take mostly night shots. There just wasn't comparison. Samsung didn't 'make the shot'. I'll do some day shots tomorrow and report whether day shots or well lit shots are worth it.. i really hope they are... we'll see. (if anyone wants proof of the shot quality, i'll post the pics up on photobucket if they'd like)