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Samsung D600 - Orange -Pay As You Go Mobile Phone

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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  • 2.0 Megapixel with Flash
  • MPEG 4 & H.263
  • MP3/AAC/AAC+ Player
  • Dual Speaker/3D Sound
  • External Memory - TransFlash
  • File Viewer / TV Output Support
  • Bluetooth/USB
  • Quadband
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 599 g
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  • Item model number: JTSAMD600
  • ASIN: B000EMOMNA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 Feb. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 220,151 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

One of the most exciting features of this handset has to be the 2.0 megapixel camera, with built-in flash. The picture quality is striking, sharper than you would expect from a 2.0 megapixel camera, particularly when they are printed out or viewed directly on a TV screen, using the D600's ingenious output functionality.

The screen size of 31x41cm wit a 262k resolution gives you a strikingly clear view, either for using the wide range of handset functions or using the handset's impressive camera functions. The handset has all the functionality you will have come to expect and more, including an impressive MP3 functionality for headphone listening or using the two loudspeakers placed on side surfaces on the top

Manufacturer's Description

Elegant design, the latest slide-up technology and great high performance functions make the Samsung D600 a mobile phone par excellence. The wide range of business features like the e-mail client, quad-band technology or the document viewer enable seamless data transfer in all standard formats.

The integrated 2.0 megapixel camera has an impressively sharp lens, so you can capture the moment and make movies that will take your breath away. Edit, view, organise or send your pictures or just save them on the 81MB phone memory. The D600's TV output cable is bound to cause a stir too, making projecting PowerPoint presentations, pictures, data or movies child's play.

Taking photos is much more fun when you can see the result immediately. Use the integrated image editor to enhance your pictures or set them off in novel frame designs. Thanks to the PictBridge function, you can send your images and documents directly to a printer for high-quality printouts in no time at all.

With the original Samsung Bluetooth® stereo headset and the Samsung Bluetooth® car kit, calling has never been so convenient. Liberate your hands and enjoy the freedom of wireless communication.


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For a non 3G phone, this is possibly the zenith of sensible design, top end features, performance and value.

I orignally intented to go back on contract with a Motorolla SLVR, but baulked at the tarriff I had to go on to get it free. However, when I looked at the D600 in the Vodafone store, I became enamoured with its 2 megapixel camera, sliding key pad, bluetooth and mp3 player amoungst other features. At £30 a month for 200 mins anytime with 250 texts included, I feel this was the phone to make use of them.

At little over 100g, it's not much heavier than my old Siemens S55, which in itself was quite a performer with Bluetooth and infrared (it was one of the first true colour mobiles back at the end of 2002.) The screen is sharp and clear in its display and reveals an easy to navigate menu, making full use of the central cursor pad. The pop up menus and status pages are clear and helpful in making my way round the phone.

Since I'm new to mp3s, I wasn't sure what to expect: however, I soon found the menu self explanatory and even found hooking up the phone to my laptop with the usb cable a simple process. Once connected, I enjoyed using the Samung PC Studio 3 software to manage my phone and move music tracks and photos to and from phone and laptop. I even enjoyed typing text messages on the laptop and sending them off through to the phone. It turns out that I have to close the messages window and open it again only when my phone receives a new mesage in order to update the list, but that's a minor niggle.

In all, this is the most sophisticated phone I've owned to date, beating a Motorolla 3G flip phone (980, I think,) although I still have that S55 as a Bluetooth buddy for the Samsung. I'm sure this phone will keep me occupied with its entertaining features for the next 18 months!
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A friend of mine has the model below this one, so when I got the D600 he was well jealous, which is surely the most important thing when buying a new phone is it not? On a more serious note, I am really happy with my upgrade: it's sleek, stylish, user friendly, and has many premium features.

Here are some remarks on the specy side. The D600 has a top quality display with ultra high res, 256k colours and user friendly interface. The battery life is average. A memory card is not included, but the shared memory stores around 1000 images, 60 minutes of video, or 10-20 mp3s, and 512MB TransFlash cards are available. Multitasking is not possible, e.g. you cannot play mp3s and navigate menus at the same time or suchlike. The camera with flash and zoom is nice at 2 megapixels, but the camera is on the back section above the battery rather than the back of the sliding section like on the D500, and for some reason only videos can be viewed in fullscreen, not images. TV out capabilities are sweet, but there is, sadly, no radio, although the dual speakers make for a hifi stereo sound. Rather irritatingly, incoming call alert cannot be set to ring and vibration at the same time and only ascending ringtone is available.

I have heard this phone being called the best phone around for everyday purposes and I see no reason to disagree. Most of the flaws I have encountered or heard of I have mentioned above, but what phone doesn't have drawbacks? This is an excellent phone, with quality display and audio specs, a 2 megapixel camera, and other cool stuff. The D600 is highly recommended - you can't really go wrong.
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i bought this phone not to long ago on o2 and it is amazing
1)the brilliant 2 megapixel camera
2)86mb of built in memory (memory cards sold seperatly)
3)mp3 and mp4 player
4)the easy to use keypad
5)it looks good
i have so much more too say but if you have an oppertunity to get this phone do
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This is a fantastic phone, its simple to use, has good customization options and has some decent extras such as the Camera and MP3 player functionability.

Having MP3's as tones is good but why not Message Tones too?!!! They seem to leave out the basics sometimes. 1 bad thing is the screen scratches easily but other than that its a phone I would recommend to anyone looking for a new phone.
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This phone is superb. The screen is large and clear, the mp3 player impressive, the camera high quality. For me the best thing about it is you can stick a 1gb memory card in it (I got one for thirty quid complete with adapter to convert it into a usb pen drive for easy transfer of files - they are probably cheaper than that now), which means you can store full length dvd's on it (once you've converted them into 3gp format using e.g. ImTOO). You can plug it into a tv or projector to view dvd's, pictures, word and powerpoint files. (The only downside to watching DVD's is if someone rings you up the film goes back to the beginning and so you have to fast forward!)

I think the only way you could possibly make this phone better is if you added a radio.
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This phone is exremely easy to use. The menus are clear and the buttons are large to prevent against mis dialing. The phone is also brimming with features. In my opinion a leader in the phone market. A must have
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