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Ilse Jurriën : July 23th 2006 - 09:35 CET

Samsung A920 review at Ubergizmo


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UbergizmoSamsung A920 review at Ubergizmo : Our friends at Ubergizmo have reviewed the Samsung A920 mobile phone. The Samsung A-920, with its embedded music player and external music navigation controls, provides access to thousands of songs for instant download and easy access. With an expansion slot that houses up to 512MB of TransFlash memory, the Samsung MM-A920 allows music lovers to easily store and transfer their favorite tunes, images and videos. Samsung's A920 handset enables customers to access the latest news, music and entertainment content at broadband-like speeds. The A920 include the newly announced Sprint Music StoreSM, which allows users to immediately buy and download complete songs directly to their phone.
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According to the guys from Ubergizmo: "The Samsung A920 is a nicely designed phone that has a smooth exterior with a small LCD display that shows signal, time and incoming calls. There is no visible antenna, but cool stereo speakers are apparent on each side. Even today, it is not very common to find stereo speakers on cellphones so I’ll certainly not complain. Flip the phone open to reveal the very nice 2.2 inches, 320x240 (QVGA) screen. I have to admit that it is one of the best that I’ve seen on a phone and it’s obviously a great choice for a video phone."

Ubergizmo Samsung A920 review - TV service
Ubergizmo continues: "The TV service works well. It looks like it’s running at 15 frames a second (versus 30 frames per second for standard TV) but I found the image quality to be OK, although slightly blurry. The TV video stream doesn’t use the Samsung A920’s display at its full potential. There’s an interesting selection of channels that will hopefully continue to grow. You want to learn more about the Samsung mobile phone? Continue to read the Samsung A920 review at Ubergizmo.

About Ubergizmo
Ubergizmo.com is a trendy web magazine dedicated to consumer electronics news and reviews. It was founded by Hubert and Eliane in Palo Alto at the heart of Silicon Valley (California) where they both work. Ubergizmo is an independent web site that does not rely on advertising to run (although we do display advertising). This allows us to be truly free to say what we think, even if it does not please the manufacturers (sorry guys). To make our content spicy and enjoyable for our readers, we have a secret: we blog from our kitchen :)





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