Reviews and Problems with Samsung D900 / D900E / D900i
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12 September 2014
Summary: If you can afford it, the Samsung SGH-D900 is a sleekly designed slider phone with a stellar feature set, including a great camera.
Pros: 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.
Cons: The Samsung SGH-D900 has a flat keypad that makes menu navigation and dialing tricky.
Excerpt: The Samsung D900 currently takes the honours for the world’s thinnest slider phone, at just 12.9mm thin. Despite its slimness, it’s not exactly feature-light, though. Top of the list comes the 3 megapixel camera with autofocus, closely followed by a great QVGA screen, MP3 player, TV Out, support for microSD cards, and GPRS, EDGE class 10 and Bluetooth connectivity.
Excerpt: The Samsung SGH-D900 is the third in the Ultra Edition series of phones which has the 6.9 (X820), 9.9 (D830) and this 12.9 (D900). Those numbers represent the thinness, so this actually makes the D900 the thickest in the Ultra Edition series. But fear not—this is still the slimmest phone once you take a look at the features! Basics and Ergonomics Getting the basics out of the way, the D900 is a quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE handset.
Summary: The reception quality delivered by the D900i matches that of other Samsung-branded devices and allows no gripes. Overall ring tones volume as compared to Samsung D600 is slightly lower – in this respect the latest offspring reminds of Samsung D500. The silent alert is average strength-wise and features no fundamental enhancements.
The new model sports not so many differences from the basic D900.
Conclusion: The Samsung D900 comes out well from a variety of reviews from across the web. It may be thin, but it certainly doesn’t skimp on features, and although it’s not perfect, it looks great and certainly has the wow factor – just watch your friends’ faces when you tell that a phone this thin has a 3 megapixel camera in it! So if you want style, design, slimness and features, give the Samsung D900 a go.
Summary: The communication quality delivered by the D900 matches that of other Samsung-branded devices and gives cause for no gripes. Overall ring tones volume as compared to Samsung D600 is slightly lower – in this respect the latest offspring reminds of Samsung D500. The vibrating alert is average strength-wise and features no fundamental enhancements.
Excerpt: The Propaganda Samsung's new Ultra range is designed to illustrate just how much technology they can fit into a slim phone design. So, whilst they've now got the skinniest candybar title, the slimmest HSDPA phone and a host of…
Excerpt: S amsung is producing an increasing number of mobile phones under the name "Ultra Edition". They include the Ultra Edition 6.9, the Ultra Edition 9.9 and now the Ultra Edition 12.9. We also know the Ultra Edition 12.9 as the Samsung SGH-D900, a model from the already successful D-series. When the D500 was launched at the end of 2004, everyone was impressed by the model.