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Samsung SGH-U600 review | Introduction

Published on: Sunday, August 5th 2007                   Written by: Nic Rossmüller - Photography by: Mark Peters

A t the start of this year Samsung introduced a new mobile in their Ultra Edition line at the 3GSM in Barcelona. One of the phones introduced in Barcelona was the Samsung SGH-U600, also known as the Samsun Ultra Edition 10.9. The Samsung U600 is a mobile phone that appears at first glance to fulfil all the wishes of the average mobile phone user. Approximately 8% of the profits return to R&D so that Samsung can continually put new, innovative phones on the market. The Samsung U600 is a slider phone equipped with a 3.2 Megapixel autofocus digital camera with flash, an MP3 player and a microSD card with extendable memory and some touch sensitive keys. How the phone performed in practice can be read in our Samsung SGH-U600 mobile phone review.

Samsung SGH-U600 review

 

Samsung U600 - Design

Samsung U600 - Design

Samsung SGH-U600 - Design

When Samsung introduced the Samsung E900 a little while ago everyone was enthusiastic about the design with touch sensitive keys, but many were disappointed when they found that keys were so sensitive that commands were made without them even wanting to. Although it takes some getting used to working with it, the sensitivity of the touch sensitive keys of the Samsung U600 has improved a lot. The touch sensitive keys are turned off automatically after they have not been used for a while, so that you cannot end telephone conversations by accident.

Samsung U600 - Keys

Samsung U600 - Keys

Samsung SGH-U600 - Keys

When Samsung introduced the Samsung E900 a little while ago everyone was enthusiastic about the design with touch sensitive keys, but many were disappointed when they found that keys were so sensitive that commands were made without them even wanting to. Although it takes some getting used to working with it, the sensitivity of the touch sensitive keys of the Samsung U600 has improved a lot. The touch sensitive keys are turned off automatically after they have not been used for a while, so that you cannot end telephone conversations by accident.

 
 
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