The Samsung D900i is a slightly upgraded version of its predecessor D900 with an FM radio and a sophisticated metallic finish. It is the winner of the Best GSM Mobile Handset 2007 award and the CNET Editor’s Choice award with added multimedia functions to the already power packed suite that includes a 3 mega pixel camera plus external memory slot. This is not 3G capable but a quad-band GSM handset with a popular slider design. This far impressive model is not only sleek and compact, but also feature packed with all the ingredients of a business phone plus a multimedia enabled fun companion. It has a speaker phone with high a high level of voice clarity and volume amidst busy traffic. The slim handset has expanded memory and file explorer, offline mode and mobile printing, voice mail and SMS, EMS and MMS capabilities calendar and scheduler etc. offering ultimate convenience.
The 3 mega pixel camera has auto focus, macro mode, and LED flash and 4 x digital zoom. There is also a self portrait mirror, hands free speaker phone that can be started instantly by using the OK button. The 4x digital produces ultra sharp pictures and the video camera with sharp resolution can capture videos with sound and the video player plays back on its 2.12 inch 262k color QVGA TFT LCD screen. Videos can be recorded in MPEG format and H263. Samsung D900i is a complete multimedia entertainer with its music player that can play MP3 and other formats, vivid SMS, video messaging, video calling with video caller ID. It plays background music play for all functions and pre loaded JAVA games and random wallpapers. With a wide array of options like multi and mosaic shot modes, and effects such as fog, a self timer and many other customizable settings Samsung D900i is versatile.
Connectivity and other capabilities
Samsung D900i is not 3G or WI-FI enabled but Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity with EDGE/GPRS (GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHZ) and WAP 2.0 and Java MIDP 2.0. It has uPlus capabilities for personalized convenience. When the phone is stolen it can track its way back using the uTrack feature and uMenu for enhanced mobile experience.