Samsung SGH-i600 Reviews
Product Type: Samsung Smartphone
Description:Model ID SGHi600_UK / Samsung SGH i600 - Smartphone - WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM / The Samsung i600 is at the forefront of Smartphone innovation, combining the sleek styling of Samsung's slimmest and smartest looking phones, with the blisteringly fast speed of HSDPA and Wi-Fi ... more
Samsung SGH-i600 ... technologies.
Experience seamless synchronization with MS Outlook's emails, contacts, calendar and tasks. Sync complete emails, open attachments, enter contact details or even add calendar appointments on the move.
The i600 is a business-focused handset, but it is not all work and no play with a 1.3 Megapixel camera, video and music player. Keep up-to-date with the latest live RSS feeds, surf the mobile Internet at broadband speeds and chat with MSN Messenger.
Newest Review: ... can install a multitude of programs. Battery life is also not too shabby for a smart phone. It doesn't lack connectivity ... more
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Customer Samsung SGH-i600 Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/12/08, updated on 13/01/09 (Very useful, 934 readings)
The Samsung SGH-i600, known as the Blackjack / i607 in the U.S, is a smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard (has keys like on a computer keyboard). The phone is a PDA style phone and often gets mistaken for a Blackberry, which is famous for the QWERTY keyboard. It definitely looks good and for the professional, which is the intention as it is intended as a business phone. I've dropped it many times with and without it being in a case so the phone is pretty tough. On the front, it has a 2.3 inch screen and a lot of buttons underneath it, most of which makes up the keyboard. The number pad has been combined with the keyboard and although looks a bit strange, ... Read the complete review
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