Samsung SGH-D710 is a replacement for the never released SGH-D700 model. With its sliding mechanism, it reminds the first Series 60 phone - the 7650 - but it is much smaller, lighter and powered by the latest Symbian OS and Series 60 version.
SGH-D710 features a 16-bit screen, 1.3 megapixel camera with flash and stereo sound. At 110 g and 10.1 x 5.1 x 2.4 cm it belongs to the smallest Series 60 devices. The phone is equipped with 64 MB of ROM and 32 MB of RAM memory and supports storage expansion using Reduced-Size MultiMediaCards (RS-MMC).
Samsung SGH-D710 - PROs AND CONs
- light and small
- exceptional sliding mechanism
- RS-MMC slot
- high-resolution camera with flash
- stereo sound
- external antenna
- no Bluetooth
Very light and small, equipped with very good sliding mechanism, 1.3 megapixel camera and stereo sound, the SGH-D710 would be a perfect Series 60 device if not lack of Bluetooth and external antenna.