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Written on: 29/04/2010
Got one of these phones and they are really good. Unfortunately put it on charge one day and then went to it and the LED screen had cracked for no reason and it was knackered. Not impressed… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2010 by ADEUK1967 (7 reviews written)
Had mine over a year now, got a used one from ebay. Has been very reliable, still slim & slylish for a 2006 design and can cut it today. Fairly robust and a nice screen, average battery life, camera 3mp ok in daytime but led flash not so good. Prefer it to the U series with touch sensitive buttons… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2009
The Samsung D900 is compact, easy to use slider phone. Reasonable camera. Calendar convinent and straightforward operation.
This is the very first cell phone ever that I have used where the screen has cracked! One day during use the screen gradually darkened and then a crack appeared across it but BENEATH the surface. The actual screen was not cracked but the LCD display was.
I have now upgraded to a Samsung G600 which is similar but somewhat improved (i.e. 5.0 megapixal camera, smarter key… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2008 by Jaakeyboii (17 reviews written)
Quite east to use, stylish, slim, and lots of memory and also extendable memory. Loud, and clear music. And the samsung pc studio is very easy to use and quick. The camera is very good and nice quality. And its a stunning colour that black just finishes it off nicely.
Its a very good phone the only one down fall which samsung should sort out is the lcd screens break quite easily… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/10/2008
I was very pleased with this phone when I received it, but long before my contract expired the LCD screen cracked. All I did was slide the phone open and the pressure of my thumb was enough to cause the damage. As always the phone company deny liability and Samsung as expected tried to claim it was damaged by the user. Read other reviews and make you re own mind up!!.
Samsung customer service is appalling. They had my phone a month and never contacted me once. When I chased them up myself I… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2008 by rclayton (2 reviews written)
I was very pleased with this phone when I received it, but after just over a year of use the LCD screen cracked. All I did was press my thumb on the screen and slide the phone open. I presume it was the cumulative effect of pressure on the same spot. As expected 02 blamed the manufacturer and asked me to sent it to Samsung. Samsung had the phone for a month and never had the courtesy to call me. I phoned them twice and was promised callbacks that never happened. Then I was told it was being… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2008
I'm pleased with this as my first camera phone. It feels soo much smaller than my previous Nokia 3500i - hardly surprising really - as I had that for ages. The predictive text gets most of my words right - adding new words is easy. Having said that, when in predictive text mode - I haven't found out how to generate smileys :( easily… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/07/2008
Samsung D900 Review - Screen cracking, keypad jammed after 1 yr and 6 months, the volume is very low, no fm radio, the memory card is not worth it buying it gives you a lot of hassle to use it !!! it doesn`t do all the features as it tells you in the book !! At night the pictures are not clear although you use the flash! On the book it tells you that you can capture the video for 2 hrs long but it`s not true!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/07/2008
Would not recommend the Samsung D900 phone, the screens seem prone to cracking for no apparent reason… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/05/2008 by ashleighjayne3 (1 review written)
I think that the Samsung D900 phone is very reliable and hard wearing, on the other hand after 18 months a few of the buttons did crack.
I like the appearance of the Samsung D900 because of its sleek and thin format. highly recommended!… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2008
My d900 has been dropped down the stairs, into water twice, onto pavements, roads, floors. It just bounces and then works fine!
So they screen cracking thing doesn't happen all the time I'd say.
Overall I love this phone, it's been great. Only now, after 2 years am I having to trade it in (it's suddenly stopped texting). Overall though, easy to use, reliable, hard wearing and hard working… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2008
I would not now purchase this phone as the thickness of the phone results in stress on the screen which then cracks. It is a shame that this happens as the phone is otherwise OK… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2008
This is the second samsung phone that has died on her . The other they claimed had water damage. I have a nokia that has been dropped, even into the toilet and still works. Try nokia next time… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2008
Samsung D900 has a very good camera and I find it great for downloading songs, well recommended by me as I have no bad points to make.
I like this phone very much, I have the pink one… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/01/2008
The Samsung D900 is a good phone that's badly made. The phone screen cracks at the slightest touch, been through 4 in the last year… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2007 by OzoneSpin (1 review written)
Nice country to country theme. I would argue the screen breaks aswell as other reviewers seem to… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/12/2007
Was happy originally but must admit cannot wait for my time to run out so can get an upgrade. When I close the screen after texting the wording is still visible -therefore I think the screen is on its way out. Also it does not seem to keep charged for very long and signal can be temperamental.Wouldn't recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2007 by tomlee (1 review written)
Do NOT buy a Samsung D900. The phone is not fit for purpose. My screen cracked (bled) internally for no apparent reason after just 6 months. Didn't drop it, didn't put pressure on the screen. Whilst only 6 months old and still within the 12 month warranty, Carphone Warehouse abdicated all responsibility for the product they sold me for £360, fobbing me off to Samsung. Samsung automatically denied the fault is a manufacturing one (which it clearly is, just read other blogs!) and said there is… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/10/2007 by ManxJonno (1 review written)
After a week's use I am impressed by the handiness and feature set of this phone. Good pictures, sound,calls and very customisable. Good for "posing". But, Because the battery is very poor with a measly 750 mAH, with a vulnerable, easy to scratch screen,I will be using this phone only for a night out, etc. For regular speech use I will continue with my 3510i. It lasts nearly 2 weeks between charges (original battery!) and you can't beat that fact for genuine reliability and convenience… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/10/2007 by Samj91 (6 reviews written)
I have had my Samsung D900 for little over 10 months, and it has served me quite well over the past few years. It is a stylish and slim phone with good looks and a nice bright screen. A micro SD card slot allows for large memory - I have upgraded mine to a 1GB card. However, this is negated because of the frankly awful music player system on this phone. To play any selection of music on this phone (which is unrewarding because of the dreadful headphones), you must create a separate playlist and… Read Full Review
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