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★★★★☆

“I upgraded to the Samsung SGH 600 after owning Nokia...”

Written on: 12/09/2004 by nicki04 (2 reviews written)

Good Points
Very small and stylish
Good quality camera
Easy to use
Caller ID

Bad Points
If you are used to Nokias it can be confusing at first
Camera is easily switched on in your pocket

General Comments
I upgraded to the Samsung SGH 600 after owning Nokia phones for four years. However, I was very pleased with the phone as soon as I got it. The first thing that strikes you is how small the phone is, and how good it looks. This phone is perfect for people (especially girls!) who want their phone to fit in the pocket of their tiniest pair of jeans. I was worried that the buttons would be too small to use, but they are in fact perfect and well spaced out.



This phone has a fantastic camera which takes videos and photos even in low light levels. You can also choose from many 'effects' such as greyscale (black and white) or putting frames around the pictures. You can then set the photo as someone's caller ID, so that when they ring you their picture comes up on the outer screen.



This phone has so many good points it would take too long to name them all. So far, the only bad points I have come across are a) the camera can easily be turned on in your pocket, b) silent mode means vibration for everything, which cannot be turned off and is still quite loud and c) if you set a reminder for a few days time, an alarm bell icon will show on the screen until that reminder is gone, which I found a bit annoying.



Fantastic phone!!