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Mark Peters : March 11th 2010 - 01:10 CET
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SamsungSamsung Shark cell phones : Next to the Samsung Wave, there were some other new cell phones launched during the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Spain, such as the Samsung Shark mobile phones. This new series is made up out of three cell phones, including the Samsung Shark 2 S5550. Equipped with a fine AMOLED display and a 5 Megapixel auto focus camera with build-in LED flash, this model is actually a combination of the standard and the multifunctional Smartphone. The fine quality display has a bit of a small format of 2.2-inches, but due to its high contrast and clarity, is not even so quickly noticeable. The Samsung Shark phone design is nice, but not even so remarkable. In any case, you won’t be making the comparison with a shark.

Samsung Shark phones

Samsung Shark phones
Maybe if the Samsung Shark S5550 were to fold open and with a lot of imagination the lines…No, forget about it, we can’t see a shark in it. The Samsung Shark phone is comfortable to handle and easy to operate. The Samsung Shark phone feels a bit plastic, or if you will, a bit synthetic, which might give it a bit of a cheap feeling for some users.

Samsung Shark

Samsung Shark S5550
As we already mentioned, the Samsung Shark S5550 handset is equipped with an AMOLED display, which results in an excellent display. The resolution is modest, but that is quickly forgotten due to the remarkably clear colors with great color saturation. The viewing angle seems to be fine without noticing a loss in quality. It’s just too bad that the screen is a bit

Samsung Shark phones

Samsung Shark phones
Content that is produced with the Samsung Shark S5550 is saved on a microSD or microSDHC memory card. A standard memory card with a maximum storage capacity of 32GB. The microSDXC cards are not (yet) supported by the cell phone manufacturers, but this seems to be just a question of time. When the Samsung Shark S5550 review sample will be available, a Samsung Shark review will be published, accompanied by a high-resolution photo gallery.

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