Samsung E900 reviews round-up

Reviews 12:52, 12 Mar 2007

The Samsung E900 is given the once over by the mobile phone experts

(87%)
Mobile Choice Samsung E900 Review
“So what about these touch-keys? While far from a ground-breaking invention, touch-keys are new to the mobile phone environment and after being weaned on raised keys and pressed buttons, this technique can feel strange at first."
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(7.9/10)
CNET.co.uk
“The E900 also has a Chocolate-beating 2-megapixel camera, speakerphone function and an expandable microSD slot. One feature that we particularly like is the subsection window that opens up as you hover over different sections of the menu.”
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(8/10)
Pocket-lint
“The E900 is a a Tri-Band GSM (900/1800/1900MHz) EDGE phone with GPRS capabilities and remarkably very much like the D600 in its ethos as it is the Chocolate phone in its design.”
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(4/5)
Mobile Phones UK
“Starting with the display, this is a best-in-class TFT display with 262k colours and 240 x 320 pixels. The camera is a CMOS 2 megapixel camera with digital zoom and flash, plus a video recording option.”
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(74%)
Your Mobile Phone Reviews
“The E900 comes with camera settings & video options to ensure that the best quality photo or video is gained for the user. The user can use the TV output option to show their friends their video recording on their home TV. ”
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(3/5)
Lord Percy
“Managing to recapture Samsung’s former glory days, the E900 is one of the more impressive phones out at the moment. It manages to do everything the rival LG Chocolate does, combined with better specifications and a cheaper price. ”
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(84%)
Total Mobile
“Samsung’s elegant E900 comes with a touch-sensitive keypad and minimalist styling but still includes a wealth of features. The glossy fascia is interrupted only by a four-way rocker pad and central navigation key, while sliding the handset up reveals the keypad.”
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(3/5)
What Mobile
“Weighing in at 115g, the 6280 is one of the lighter 3G models around. But it is far from being some oversimplified mobile. At the front you have a large 320x240-pixel 262k colour TFT screen. At the back there's a 2-megapixel stills camera.”
What Mobile February 2007

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