S60 3rd

Symbian OS Series 60 Section: Introduction/Reviews of Series 60 smartphones
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  Series 60 smartphones
Nokia N90
Nokia N70
Nokia 6680
Nokia 6681/6682
Nokia 6630
Nokia 3230
Nokia 6260
Nokia 6670
Nokia 7610
Nokia 6600/6620
Siemens SX1
Samsung Z600
Samsung D730
Samsung D720
Samsung D710
Samsung D700
Panasonic X800
Panasonic X700
Lenovo P930
Sendo X2
Sendo X
Nokia 3650/3660
Nokia 7650
Nokia N-Gage QD
Nokia N-Gage

S60 3rd Edition smartphones are listed in the separate
S60 3rd Edition section
  Samsung SGH-D720 in short
- Symbian OS 7.0s
- Series 60 2.0, 262k screen
- Java MIDP 2.0
- 32 MB of storage memory
- MMC Micro card slot
- stereo sound
- 1.3MP camera with flash
- sliding keypad
- USB connectivity
- no EDGE, no UMTS

Samsung SGH-D720 - Introduction

The Samsung SGH-D720 is a sleek yet compact slider optimized for mobile business users. The SGH-D720 includes a document viewer to manage business documents and voice recognition dialling and calendar functions. An email client, Bluetooth, MMS, Java (MIDP2.0), WAP 2.0, USB support and instant messaging mean that the user has a range of connectivity and communications options. The phone also supports AI Avatars for use in graphical real-time chat applications.

The 1.3 megapixel camera includes a flash, a four times digital zoom and users can record up to an hour of video with sound and playback in MPEG4 or H.263. Photos can be viewed on the dual TFT LCDs in 65,536 or 262,144 colors. The phone supports MP3 and AAC music formats and offers headset and speaker options. The MP3 player comes with graphic equalizers and the volume is controlled by buttons on the side of the phone. The D720's wide range of imaging, printing and music capabilities are supported by 32MB of internal storage which can be expanded using the MMC Micro memory slot.

Samsung SGH-D720 - PROs AND CONs

  • light and small
  • exceptional sliding mechanism
  • old Symbian OS and Series 60 versions
  • no EDGE, no UMTS

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