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Samsung M620

>> Saturday, November 1, 2008

The Samsung SPH-m620, affectionately dubbed the "UpStage," is so unique, you have to see it (and hear it) to believe it. On one side, it's a slim, stylish Samsung phone with stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, and a 1.3 megapixel camera. On the other side, it's a slim, stylish Samsung music player with touch sensitive media controls and a stereo speaker.

Other great features include a memory card slot, advanced voice control with dictation capabilities, EV-DO high speed data, and a 1.3 megapixel camera. With the ability to store up to 2000 songs, the m620 is the perfect choice for tech connected power users and music lovers who need the speed of the Power Vision Network to access information while on the go. The extremely unique m620 features a candy bar form factor with two faces.

One side offers the typical look and feel of a modern looking MP3 player, and includes advanced music and media control keys, as well as a large 2.1 inch full color 176 x 220 display perfect for watching optional Sprint TV media. The "phone side" sports a secondary screen (1.4 inches, 176 x 65 pixels) that can display time, call information, battery and signal strength, and more.

The 1.3 megapixel camera lens is housed directly above this display. Up and down buttons for volume control are placed on the left side, while most of the phone's features and on screen menus are controlled by a five ways center button on the handset's control pad, also located on the "phone side."

The phone includes 53 MB of internal memory plenty of memory for running the music player and other advanced applications and micro SD cards can supplement the phone's memory with its built in memory card slot. And because the m620 has an internal antenna, there's nothing to snag or break off. Charging and USB data cable connectivity are available on the phone's bottom edge. Samsung was even nice enough to throw in support for PictBridge direct to printer printing (via USB).


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