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Samsung X820 review
Ilse Jurriƫn : October 29th 2006 - 19:29 CET
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SamsungSamsung X820 camera phone review : The Samsung P300 was both innovative and successful, but now Samsung has now gone a step further and taken the lead with the Samsung SGH-X820, which at 6.9 mm is the slimmest phone in the world. I wouldn't be surprised if other manufacturers go down this path and manage to spur Samsung on to even greater achievements. You cannot believe how thin the Samsung X820 is until you have held it. Next to the slim design, Samsung has managed to boost the X820 with a 2 Megapixel digital camera, with a maximum photo resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. I tried the Samsung SGH-X820 out for a while and will discuss its functions and characteristics in the following mobile phone review.
Samsung X820 reviewSamsung X820 - Slim design
The SGH-X820 balances slim elegance with a functional keypad and tops off its supreme design with a beveled cut surface for a natural grip. Fiberglass-infused plastic is also used to increase extraordinary durability to protect the wealth of features that are compressed into the 6.9mm frame using the Smart Surface Mounting Technology. The Samsung X820 complements the active lifestyle of today's consumers as its sleek and fashionable design will fit into your pocket invisibly for stylish mobility. You can also express yourself as it comes in a variety of colors.

Samsung SGH X820 review
We could go on for ages, but to cut a long story short, the Samsung X820 is a good phone with lots of functions that are easy to operate. The Samsung SGH-X820 is a real innovation and Samsung has managed to grab everyone's attention by making the thinnest phone in the world. The battery capacity is good, but if you are going away for longer and you are not sure that you will be able to recharge the battery, an extra battery is not only desirable but a must. In the following review you will be able to read all the functions and characteristics of the Samsung X820.

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