Samsung S8000

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Samsung S8000 Jet
Manufacturer Samsung Mobile
Slogan Impatience is a virtue
Series S-Series
Compatible networks GSM: 850, 900, 1,800, 1,900, and 2,100 MHz
3G: 900 and 2100 MHz
HSDPA: 3.6 Mbit/s
Availability by country June 2009
Successor Samsung Jet Ultra Edition
Related Omnia, Tocco Lite
Form factor Bar
Dimensions 108.9 H × 53.5 W × 11.9 D
Weight 110 g
Operating system No (using TouchWiz 2.0 interface)
CPU 800 MHz processor
Memory 2 GB
Removable storage microSD up to 16 GB (microSDHC compatible)
Battery Li-ion 1.1 Ah
Data inputs T9, Abc
Display 3.1-inch (79 mm) WVGA 800×480 pixels AMOLED
Rear camera 5-megapixel, 2,592×1,944 pixels
Media MP3, AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA, AMR, WAV, MP4, MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV, DivX, and XviD
Connectivity Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), AGPS, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, and USB 2.0 (microUSB)
Other Touchscreen, full web browser (Dolfin), and haptic touch feedback

Samsung Jet (also known as Samsung S8000), is a touch screen phone released in June 2009 by Samsung.[1][2][3] It features an 800 MHz processor and a new WebKit browser called Dolfin, which will be available on Samsung phones in the future.[4]

Specification[edit]

  • Display: PenTile AMOLED
  • Resolution: 3.1 inches (7.9 cm) 16M-color R-Resistive touchscreen of 800 × 480 pixel resolution
  • Weight: 110 g
  • Dimension: 108.9 × 53.5 × 11.9
  • Battery Talk Time: up to 8.2 hours
  • Standby: up to 442 hours
  • Connectivity: HSDPA, WIFI and Bluetooth (A2DP)

The phone features an 800 MHz processor, a 5 MP camera, a 3.1-inch touchscreen AMOLED display, A-GPS, FM radio, 2 or 8 GB of internal storage with a microSD slot for an additional 16 GB and a Samsung developed Webkit-touting web browser entitled Dolfin.

OS-wise its said to be running TouchWiz 2.0 which is a Samsung developed UI. The device runs Samsung's proprietary operating system for this mobile segment. The videos recorded by the phone are at a D1 resolution at 30 fps using a low bitrate 3gp format.

Android[edit]

A group of developers (with some of the Darkforest forum) have successfully booted into Android, although calls and messaging do not work (yet). The project now goes under the name 'JetDroid'. Link to Jetdroid

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