Review of Samsung Sgh-t309 Mobile Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

The Samsung SGH-T309 is a sleek cell phone with 7 megabytes of internal user memory. The internal 65K UFB display features QVGA resolution and measures 1.77". The external 4Gray display measures 1" and features a resolution of 96 by 96 pixels. The VGA camera includes digital zoom, multi mode, timer shot and night shot.

The Samsung SGH-T309 features 3D sound technology and an MP3 player, as well as 3gp (H.263 + AMR) video recording. 40 polyphonic ringtones come with the phone, but the user may also choose to use an MP3 as a ringtone. At 3.1 oz, the phone measures 3.25" high, 1.75" wide and 0.9" thick. The 3 by 4 keypad is made up of individual buttons and the phone folds into a compact clamshell.

The phone includes voice memo and voicemail, as well as USB interface capability. The internal phonebook hold up to 1000 entries and vCard/vCalendar come with the standard model. The Samsung SGH-T309 is capable of sending instant messages and can employ a wide range of SMS, EMS and smart SMS functions with MMA configuration.

The Samsung SGH-T309 operates on the 850/1800/1900MHz bands, and supports Java 2 and CSD / GPRS Class 10. The operation system is proprietary and the browser is WAP 2.0. Users can talk for a minimum of 2.5 hours, and the phone will stand by for a minimum of 200 hours. The phone includes the full array of Personal Information Management features, including stopwatch and scheduler.

As you can see, the Samsung SGH-T309 is a good cellular phone both for networking and for entertainment.

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