Samsung's SGH-D730 is a tri-band GSM/GPRS clamshell smartphone. At only 97g this is one of the smallest and lightest, feature-rich, Symbian OS-enabled phones. Featuring a two tone keypad with large buttons for easy text messaging the D730 is designed for the tech savvy consumer who wants a lot of functionality in a small package.
The phone boasts many advanced multimedia features including a 1.3 megapixel camera with built-in flash as well as a 4x digital zoom. The D730 can shoot stills in JPEG format as well as record and send video in MPEG4 format. The D730 has two displays – the first internal display is a crisp 256K color TFT display at 176 x 208 pixels. A second external TFT display offers 65K colors at 96 x 96 pixels. Included in the D730 is an MP3/AAC/MPEG RealOne player so users can play music and videos as well as compose music and ringtones using the pre-loaded Music Composer. The D730 also features other advanced functionality such as independent voice recognition and the ability to print using Bluetooth technology. The product comes with an MMC Micro memory card for additional storage.
Samsung SGH-D730 - PROs AND CONs
- one of the lightest and smallest Symbian OS smartphones
- old Symbian OS and Series 60 versions
- no EDGE, no UMTS