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Samsung F210 Reviews

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Samsung F210 ReviewsLet’s take a break in hunting the upcoming smartphones, and take a look at one of the most popular handsets of the beginning of this year. Samsung F210 was announced in the summer of 2007 and released in stores in November last year, but it became one of the best choices when it comes to music phones, in January 2008, when more people found out of its existence.
It’s not a slider, or flip-phone, nor a candybar, but something more special, a swivel cell phone optimized for music, with lots of cool features and an eye-catching design.

In its normal shape it measures 87.8 x 31 x 20.5 mm at 72 grams, and when you swivel it open you reveal a nice keypad, which even if it’s tight has large bold buttons for comfortable typing with heavy-metal edge for durability.
The swivel system allows the Samsung F210 to provide a single display when open or close, and its screen is a high-resolution TFT LCD of 256K colors, measuring just 1.46 inches in diagonal, keeping it simple and sophisticated at the same time.
Samsung F210 ReviewsThe user interface features cool graphics, high-clarity and superb colors for showing music playlists, the equalizer and song IDs.
You can store 250 songs or 6,000 pictures in the internal memory of no less than 1GB, or you can add much more by inserting a microSD standard memory card to reach 2GB storage.
With the song identification capability you can record a few seconds of any song you are hearing for the first time and like a lot, and receive details about it.

Until you find your favorite settings, the handset provides a Music Set-up Wizard to guide you through menus, side volume keys, and a music library to organize music by song, artist and genre.
Samsung F210 comes also with built-in FM radio so you can listen to your favorite tunes on the go in 3D Sound, and be able to get station and music information at anytime, thanks to the RDS technology.

Don’t worry about your old songs still located on your hard drive! Transfer the best of them onto your MP3 player-looking cell phone via the high-speed USB 2.0 connectivity.

Other functionality you can use when you’re mood for, is the digital camera of 2MP with video recording and up to 1600 x 1200 pixels for still images. To have your creations on special paper in order to give them to your friends, connect the cell phone to a Bluetooth-enabled printer and print all wirelessly, or using the cable and the PictBridge support.
Samsung F210 ReviewsThis cell phone model from Samsung has a continuous talk time of up to 3.3 hours and a standby of maximum 265 hours.
Besides all these features, Samsung F210 has email, Internet browsing, video player, flight mode, voice memo and Java support.

It is available in stores at about $260.

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