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Samsung G600 Review
Mark Peters : October 7th 2007 - 20:30 CET
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SamsungSamsung G600 Camera Phone Review : Our colleagues over at LetsGoMobile have reviewed the 5 Megapixel Samsung G600 camera phone. According to LetsGoMobile: “Samsung have been active on the mobile phone market for quite some years now and already have several successes on their name. Nowadays, the mobiles get more and more extensive. In the beginning of this year the Nokia N95 was introduced; a mobile phone with a 5 Megapixel camera. Sony Ericsson followed with the K850i and now Samsung too with the G600. The Samsung G600 is a so-called slider mobile with extensive features, including a 5 Megapixel digital camera.” To make use the 5 Megapixel autofocus digital camera you need to open the G600 camera phone.
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LetsGoMobile says: “To make use the 5 Megapixel autofocus digital camera you need to open the slider phone. The camera can be activated by means of the camera button on the side of the G600 or through the menu. After activating the camera, it takes a little while before the camera is actually ready. On the back side you will find the small built-in flash right next to the lens. Despite its size, it is a relatively powerful flash. The quality of the camera is truly starting to become similar to a normal digital compact camera.”

Samsung G600 Rating
LetsGoMobile concludes: “The Samsung G600 is a mobile phone that is true to its promises. Of course, there are a few minor points for improvement. I would have liked to see the camera perform better in low light conditions. It also would have been better if the SGH-G600 does not have to be opened before you can use the camera."

Samsung G600

Samsung SGH-G600 camera phone review
"The monitor is good in general, but the Samsung G600 does have difficulty with the reproduction of contrast-rich images. I must say, I have seen better results on other mobiles with the same kind of screen. The operation is outstanding, the menu works comfortably and all menu functions can be found easily.” Read the full review of the Samsung G600 over at LetsGoMobile!

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