Reviews and Problems with Samsung M7600 / Beat DJ / Platine
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Samsung Beat DJ Review
17 June 2011
Excerpt: Time now for a Samsung Beat DJ review. The Samsung M7600 Beat DJ is, as you’d expect, a music phone. As it’s a Samsung phone, there are one or two things it absolutely must have: a feature-set as long…
Excerpt: The phone itself is slightly reminiscent of 2005, when, thanks to the PEBL, curved, oval-ised phones were all the rage. Put that aside, though, and you’re left with some very 2009 audio features, thanks in part to Bang & Olufson, who provide the speakers.
Summary: With Nokia and Sony Ericsson dishing out their premier music phones in the form of the XpressMusic 5800 and W705 respectively in the past few months, Samsung doesn't want to be breathing in the dust of their competitors, and have released the Beat DJ M7600 in an effort to out-muscle the competition.
Conclusion: I’m in two minds about the Samsung Beat DJ. It’s not a great phone, but it is different from many of its competitors. It has a huge range of features, but a poor user experience. It’s music features are best in class, but the way you get to access your library of tunes isn’t!
Summary: We never experienced any problems with the call quality the Beat DJ provided us with. On top of that its ring tones sounded loud and clear in most environments; the vibro alert didn’t disappoint us either.
Summary: A month back Samsung launched three different mobile phones in the Indian market. Samsung Star, Samsung Star 3G and Samsung Beat DJ. Among this three Samsung Beat DJ is a music-centric phone. And for this phone the Korean have put a lot of innovations into execution.
Preview: New Samsung BeatDJ M7600: A Nightclub in your Pocket
7 May 2009
Excerpt: If there’s one market that’s currently flooded with products, it’s the world of mobile phones. This makes it a bit of a conundrum for manufacturers to come up with a product that stands apart from the crowd.
Conclusion: The Samsung M7600 Beat DJ does have unique features that make it stand-out from the crowd, but you have to wonder if too many compromises have been made to reach this result. Surely the software could easily be applied to any touchscreen device?
Pros: Build quality, unique, Shazam integration
Cons: Small screen, some features likely to have limited appeal