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The Samsung E900 is a mid-level sliding handset with tri-band reception on the 2G network.

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sleek design, nice smooth lines, very lean body

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TV-out port enables quick and easy streaming of pictures and video, no real setup issues

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thin and short profile takes up minimal room in pocket or purse

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very light weight, can barely feel it in your pocket

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screen is bright and detail shows clearly enough to compensate for size

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overly simple design, need to hunt through menus to find options

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camera is relatively low-res, pictures are sharp but small

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The Samsung E900 is a mid-level sliding handset with tri-band reception on the 2G network. It has a 2.0"-diagonal 256k-color screen that slides up to reveal the keypad, and the frame is supposed to be stylish. The area under the display is a touch-sensitive control pad as well, which can be used without sliding the keypad out. The E900 has an mp3/video player, and 80MB of internal memory expandable with a microSD card, and a 2.0-megapixel digital camera with video capture and LED flash. It also has a document viewer and editor, as well as organizer, which give it some basic smartphone qualities. Expected battery life is around 3.5 hours. Other features include Bluetooth wireless, organizer, TV-out port and 1000-entry phonebook.

  • Released March 2006
  • Tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900
  • 2.0"-diagonal display, 256k colors
  • Sliding handset with touch-sensitive navigation pad
  • 2.0-megapixel digital camera with LED flash and video capture
  • mp3/video player
  • 80MB internal memory, microSD card expansion slot
  • Document viewer/editor (Microsoft Office documents)
  • TV-out port
  • Bluetooth v1.2
  • Internet browsing over WAP 2.0/xHTML
  • Up to 3.5h talk time battery life
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