Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Samsung SGH-A930

The new Samsung, with a not so memorable name is one of the
latest releases from Verizon it does seem to be a fairly solid phone, sporting a blue lcd display on the front showing phone status & music status, as well as a few music control buttons below it. While the onboard memory seems to be lacking this phone does allow MicroSD expansion, meaning you can easily upgrade the space on here to take advantage of the available music options on this phone.

The camera is a standard 1.3 megapixel joby, and seems to use the standard Samsung controls and features.

All in all I think the Samsung SGH-A930 is a fairly nice looking phone, with a good range of features. Though it is not as nice looking as phones such as RAZR or SLVR I still think that has a quite nice durable look to it.


The major acking in this phone is its lack of Java support, for something that is
standard on phones nowdays, it is quite intresting that Samsung decided to leave it out on the SGH-A930.

The biggest pro? Its price I would say, at $99 and about £60 the phone is dirt cheap, especially if your looking for a bog standard flip camera phone.


Specifications for the Samsung SGH-A930

Band
CDMA 850/1900MHz
Data
EV-DO
Size
91mm x 48mm x 25mm (3.59" x 1.89" x 0.98")
Weight
113g (3.98oz)
Battery Life
200 hours standby time
3.5 hours talk time
Main Display
262k color TFT lcd 176x220 pixel resolution
Sub-Display
4 shade blue OLED, 176x16 pixel resolution
Camera
Yes, 1.3 megapixel resolution
Video
Video capture/playback
Messaging
MMS/EMS/SMS
Email
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
Infrared
No
Java
No
Polyphonics
Yes (64 voice)
Memory
Unknown on board memory, microSD expansion
Availability
Now


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