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Sleek, slim design. Excellent 3-megapixel camera. Intuitive menus
Looks great, Browser is good, FM radio pick-up is good
Light, Good Build, Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP, 60 MB internal memory, FM Tuner.
Sleek-looking, well-placed buttons, great sound quality, decent battery life
A great looking, beautifully designed and built phone with top-notch features.
The Samsung SGH-D900 is a slim, lightweight phone that feels great in the hand. It has a gorgeous display, and features a 3.0-megapixel camera, a music player, a MicroSD card slot, a speakerphone, and quad-band EDGE support.
Stylish executive design; thin form factor; large, bright display; 3-megapixel onboard camera; memory expansion slot; solid build quality.
Solid design, good photos, good keypad, Bluetooth stereo
Stylish design with small dimensions and solid construction, One of the best cameras in mobile phone at the moment, Bright QVGA display with detailed and realistic image.
Gets hot while charging
Battery draining music player
Keypad cramped at edges. Quirky texting. Not 3G
Sound settings are odd, Music player is bad, Camera not up to the mark
Poor Camera, No Memory card, Price, Music application cannot be minimized.
Tricky slideup, flat alphanumeric keys, unflattering camera.
Techies looking for the top spec will be miffed its not a 3G phone.
The Samsung SGH-D900 has a flat keypad that makes menu navigation and dialing tricky.
Lacks 3G; one proprietary port for headset, USB connectivity and charging; soft speakers.
Photos cannot be saved directly to microSD, no focuslock, low ring volume, no profiles
Not the best RF performance (signal straight) and voice quality, Music player is just mediocre and the phone doesn't have adapter for standard headphones, Numeric keys are almost flush.
By CIOL on November 03, 2008
The i900 a.k.a Omnia from Samsung is the latest in the long line of contenders to take on the iPhone. While we're not very big fans of the iPhone ourselves, most devices that aimed to take on the iPhone have fallen by the wayside. The need was...
By CNET Australia on April 24, 2008
Samsungs SGH-D900i is a phone with an identity crisis -- ultimately a 2G phone with 3G multimedia aspirations. It does a couple of core things pretty well, but not well enough to make an exciting name for itself in a crowded 2G market....
By Know Your Mobile on January 01, 2008
A stylish and slim slider phone [acked with fantastic...
By Stuff.tv on November 06, 2007
The passage of time has done little to harm the D900s charms or status in the slider phone world for a simple-to-use phone with a decent camera, look no further...
By Tech2 on October 06, 2007
View SpecificationsDesign concepts for mobile phones are getting wilder and wilder. Although the essential or base design could be one of three candybar, slider or flip each one seems to have a unique look and feel....
By TechTree on August 13, 2007
The D900i has GPRS as well as EDGE, both are Class 10 - thats the best you can get for your browsing experience. The built-in WAP browser is easy to use and wont give you the hiccups. For file transfers, there is Bluetooth 2.0. This phone also has...
By Good Gear Guide on July 31, 2007
The D900i adds an FM radio and a sleek metallic finish, but the lack of document editor and TV-output cable are very strange omissions. Regardless, its still an excellent handset on the...
By Avec Mobile on June 15, 2007
Quad-band GSM world phone for 850/900/1800/1900 MHz frequency bands. EDGE and GPRS mobile data connectivity. 240x320 pixel resolution display with up to 262 000 colors. 3 megapixel camera. A dedicated shutter button on the side (on top when the...
By Mobile-Review on May 08, 2007
Video – comparing size and outlook of handset (mpeg, 17,3...
By Mobile88 on March 27, 2007
The D900 is dominated by the 2.1” 240x320 262K Color TFT screen, which is framed by glossy black plastic. This is in contrast to the rest of the handset, which is finished in a very nice matte black soft-touch plastic thats easy to grip and...
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