SAMSUNG Introduces Another Modernistic Mobile - D600

Oct 06, 2005
D600

Samsung Electronics introduces new sleek slide-up phone ( Model name: SGH-D600) to the European market. This phone will be soon launched to other Southeast Asia , Middle East , and African markets.

The D600 is the upgraded version of Samsung's bestseller D500 which has been sold more than 7 million units worldwide. This new model has been upgraded for a slimmer and more refined look and has adopted new high-tech function s such as 2 megapixel camera with flash and document-viewing capability. The body color has been also upgraded. To complement it's the gray-black frame, a tint of pure black and new textures have been added for an improved look and feel of the phone.

Furthermore, w ith the adoption of Quad Band, the D600 can be used across all the different GSM frequency bands, whether in Europe , the US or Asia . The LCD screen has also been broadened to 2 inches, and with the QVGA technology, the definition of the screen has been greatly improved. A greater convenience has been added by enabling the external memory , T-flash, option in addition to its 76MB internal memory. President Ki t ae Lee of Samsung Electronics' Telecommunication Network Business said, “This new model is the elegantly designed solution for everyone from the fashion-conscious consumer to the classy businessman.” He added, “We expect the D600 to be the next bestseller, succeeding the popularity of its younger brother, the D500 (The Blue Black Phone). ”

SGH-D600 Specification GSM / GPRS (850 / 900 /1800 /1900MHz)
-- 2 Megapixel Camera / Flash
-- Bluetooth Printing / PictBridge
-- Video Recording (MPEG4) & Messaging
-- MPEG4 / H.263
-- Display: 264,144 color TFT (240 x 320)
-- MP3 / AAC / AAC+ Player
-- Dual Speaker & 3D Sound
-- External Memory: TransFlash
-- Bluetooth / USB
-- TV output support / Document Viewer
-- MMS / JAVA / WAP2.0
-- E-mail Client / Sync ML DS
-- Video Caller ID
-- Voice Recognition
-- Size: 95.7 x 47 x 21.8 mm
-- Weight: 103g

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