T-mobile is rumored to get these on 8/31
but they will be light gray according to the pics and quad band. the d840 is supposed to be released as well. engadget has the details :)
well, i had this phone for couple of days now and it seems to be pretty good . battery life can last pretty ok without using bluetooth so offen . as far as screen and sound wise . clear screen , loud & clear as for sound . easy function . no extra hole for cellphone charms to hang . with most of th samsung phone the function are pretty easy to deal with . is pretty worth the money . the box does come with 2 battery ( 1 extra battery ) so i did not have too much issue with battery
Did someone say that this will be offered through T-Mobile? If so, when? Thanks guys for all the info
i read the battery life isnt that great for this phone (real pitty). So I was just wondering isnt it possible
to purchase extra batteries for this phone seperatly ??
Since two weeks I have this mobile and I'm very happy with it. It lays good in your hand
it has a brilliant screen and stand-by isn't that bad (have to charge it every second day). It's worth to buy it
I was really considering buying this phone.. but there are so many bad comments that highlight the bad innovations and features. So should I just buy another phone or stick with this phone? Oh and btw, what do you mean it doesnt ring and vibe? As in it doesnt ring fro long?
the only problem with x820 is the batry that i need to charg it twice a day .reception some times good and some times not
Battery Time is not sufficient , i have to crage it daily ,rest of it is perfect
Hi all.Is there any managing softvare for this phone wich can be downloaded to my laptop?Like nokia has?Where can I found some for samsungs?Thx
This phone is a wanna be Motorola SLVR. It may be thinner but looks cheap. It looks like a shim. Samsung needs to stop copying Motorola and come up with their own ideas if they want to impress anybody. They are the best at copying designs. Motorola is the best brand.
got this phone yesterday after being so tired of samsung e900 , the phone is slim looking and very thin but i was disappointed when i realize the phone has no little holes to put in a phone decoration tassel ( those phone necklace thing ) default ringtone are hard to hard so i bluetooth my own music and it was working very well , loud & clear , the images part some image can not be full screen which i was a bit disappointed but quite clear and i hate it when the date bar is covering some of the wallpaper portion . function wise .. is good just like most of samsung phone .simple to used ! 80mb super great got lots of storage for song & image , overall i would say for the money i pay for i guess this would consider very well done
Had this for about 3 weeks. It's flawless - I got it because, after having a d600, I realized I didn't use the features.
I use the camera when I am out - 2mp is decent, and I end up viewing mostly on the phone anyway.
I text alot - this phone is solid for texting.
I call people - and it has great sound quality and solid reception (I live in chicago) despite not being quad-band. Better reception than my d600, and comp to my d500.
Some web browsing - opera mini works very well on here.
I like this phone because it has all the features I use, and when its in my pocket - I dont even notice it. front pocket (so I dont sit on it) and go!
And - being a fashion phone (I guess) it gets a lot of interest from people ;)
my only issue is configuring my email client. I have not been able to get this to work yet :(
Andy, what you said is so true:-
First month of using the device is perfect,next the device will start showing problems like other Korean brand names adding to that poor technical support by the local agent.
I had the same experiences with most Korean phones..........especially with big brother SAMSUNG!
your comment is subjective,korean products are one of the best in the 21st century.
this may be thinnest phone around, but it's also longer and wider than most "candybar" shaped phones. they should have kept it at 100mm long, like the Sony W810 and other similar phones otherwise there's not much advantage if you compare sizes by measuring the volume instead of just thickness.