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Samsung D600 Chrome: Power-packed with high-end features February 19, 2008

Posted by mobilephoneguy in mobile phones, samsung d600 chrome.
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This Christmas, one of my friends gifted me a new mobile phone, the D600 Chrome from the lineage of Samsung. After using it for more than two months, I really appreciate the make and model of this mid-range mobile phone.

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The Samsung D900 chrome is an attractive slider phone with high-profile multimedia features such as a megapixel camera, media player, TV high output, multimedia messaging and Java embedded games. The high-end connectivity features makes for easy sharing or transferring of the data at a high-speed without worrying about memory storage. This makes the phone rule the domain of the middle-range market mobile phones.

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The Samsung D600 Chrome is integrated with a 2 megapixel camera that comes with a 4x digital zoom and LED flash. By selecting the appropriate camera options, one could take self-shots, multi-shots, timed shots and night shots with a perfect clarity. The users enjoy an excellent viewing experience on the advanced QVCA TFT LCD screen display. Moreover, the built-in stereo speakers and MP3 player provide a lively music experience and relax the user after a hard day’s work.
While on the move, it allows me to access various business applications as it comes with a Piscel Viewer for accessing Mobile Microsoft Excel, Word, Power point and HTML docs whereas Pic Bridge feature allows Mobile Printing that makes life little easier. Therefore, I rate this phone with a ten on ten and would recommend it to others who are looking for something with everything in a mobile phone. 

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