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The Samsung M7500 Emporio Armani is a mid-high-range candybar handset.

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buttons are responsive right away, don't have to press hard on them

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music player provides excellent bass and treble if used with good headphones

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whimsical lights that blink a variety of colors are eye-catching and cool

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sleek and sophisticated design, the kind of phone you want to show off

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functions are all easy to work with, well rendered and responsive

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can tolerate a few spilled drinks and a little rain without any problems

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.

flush surface on the keys makes it impossible to use without looking at it

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earpieces provided with the phone are very tinny and low-quality

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.


The Samsung M7500 Emporio Armani is a mid-high-range candybar handset whose main feature, as its name suggests, is a frame design by Giorgio Armani. The frame features the Armani logo on the back and sides, and has customizable light effects and a bright AMOLED display, meant to be attractive at night. The M7500 is 3G-enabled and also functions as an mp3 player with dedicated music keys, 3.5mm audio jack, and FM radio receiver. It has a 3.15-megapixel digital camera with facial recognition and autofocus, as well as a secondary VGA camera for video calling. It can also browse the Internet, and includes a document viewer to read Microsoft Office documents.

  • Release Date: September 2008
  • 3G HSDPA 2100
  • 2G Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
  • 256k-color screen, bright AMOLED backlighting, 2.2"-diagonal
  • Stylish frame design with customizable light patterns and Armani lgos
  • mp3 player
  • Stereo FM radio receiver
  • 3.5mm audio jack
  • 3.15-megapixel digital camera with video capture, facial recognition and autofocus
  • Bluetooth v2.0
  • Internet browsing over WAP 2.0/xHTML
  • 128MB on-board memory with microSD card expansion slot, up to 1GB
  • Up to 4.5 hour talk time battery life
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