Samsung X830: Its All About the Music

By: Bradley Ben

With time, mobile phones are changing their functions and technologies. With more advancement in the mobile technology, phones can be classified into different categories based on functions. From voice centric or basic phones to music phones, users have lots of options to choose. Music phones are much in demand especially from the younger generation and that's why mobile companies are launching latest music phones in the market. To compete with other brands, Samsung has also introduced a swivel designed phone, the Samsung X830 - a cool looking music phone that is packed with high-end features.

Available in four attractive colours which include black, white, pink, and orange, the X830 is one of the lightest (weighs only 75g) and smallest music phones available in the mobile market. This tiny jukebox when closed, functions as a music player. With click wheel that is used for navigation, users can enjoy their favourite music on the move. Swivel open the phone and you have full access to keypad for making calls and for browsing other phone functions.

This trendy music phone brings smile for all music fans with its multiple music features including music player with several music file support such as MP3, AAC, AAC+, and WMA, music library, etc. Users can download their preferred music tracks, search music tracks and can playback their favourite songs on the move. Users can also personalize their ringtones in either polyphonic ringtones or MP3 format.

In addition to music features, the Samsung X830 also boasts a 1.3 mega-pixel camera which can be used for taking pictures and MPEG4 videos; Bluetooth, USB, EDGE, GPRS, etc., for transferring data and mobile internet. In addition to that the X830 comes with an internal memory of 1GB - enough room to save music tracks, pictures, and videos.

Bring this multi-functional music phone and enjoy music on the go.

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