The Imaging Device: Samsung D900

By: Adam Jaylin

The first impression of Samsung D900 does not reveal the unusual self it indeed is. It looks the same as any other slider phone from the house of Samsung, but before reaching on to a conclusion one must go through the set of technical specifications Samsung D900 has to offer. It arguably is the thinnest slider phone ever at 12.9mm and forms part of Samsung's 'Ultra-Edition' range. Thus, the name Ultra Edition 12.9 for Samsung D900 does not come as a surprise.

From a neutral point of view, Samsung D900 has managed to squeeze in an incredible quantity and quality of features, but looks like Samsung was not keen on improving its appearance, though one has to admit that there is not enough one can do in this department with the given weight and size. The GSM Quadband technology allows global roaming for Samsung D900 whereas a talk time of 6 h 30 min is no less by any standards.

Talk of imaging technology and Samsung D900 seems to thrive. Undoubtedly, it is the strength of this mobile phone with 240 x 320 pixels, 256K colour screen measuring 32 x 42 mm. The 3.15 megapixels camera with autofocus, video and flash gives consumers every reason to believe in Samsung D900's imaging excellence.

also looks like a good multimedia handset. 60 MB embedded memory can be upgraded through microSD (TransFlash) card and MP3/AAC/ACC+ player makes full use of this feature in case music storage hold priority in what is stored through these cards. TV output, document viewer and Java applications further corroborates to Samsung D900's all-round performance.

Data transfer/connectivity is not really Samsung D900's strength but it does well in not letting it down. In the conspicuous omission of 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity tools, responsibility falls back on GPRS, EDGE, USB, Bluetooth and WAP 2.0/xHTML browser which do not disappoint through their performance.

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