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|Dimensions||3.9 X 1.9 X .5 in|
|Battery||Standard: Up to 3.5 hours (talk-time) or 250 hours (stand-by)
Long Life: Up to 5 hours (talk-time) or 350 hours (stand-by)
|Display||240 X 320 px TFT LCD, 262K color|
|External display||96 X 96 px TFT LCD, 65K color|
|Rear camera||2.0 megapixel|
|Website||Samsung U.S.: SGH-U700|
The Samsung SCH-u700/u550 (or more commonly known as the Samsung Gleam) is a 3G EV-DO mobile phone available in the United States. Phone features include Bluetooth, MP3 player, video player, recording and messaging. It comes in black with blue, gold, and purple sides.
The Samsung SCH-U700 contains many types of messaging features, including SMS, EMS, and MMS. This phone also has support for E-mail and instant messaging (IM). The IM services that the phone supports are AOL Instant Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, and Yahoo! Messenger. The SCH-U700 device contains the Mobile IM Version 22.214.171.124.
The Samsung SCH-U700 contains Bluetooth connectivity. The phone can connect to a computer through a USB cable. It can also connect through Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) and it contains an HTML version of an Internet Browser.
Important features and applications
Personal information management
The Samsung SCH-U700 contains other features, such as a world time clock, a unit converter, a currency converter, a calculator, a notepad, and a stop watch.
This phone contains a music player, a music library, a video wallpaper, video Messaging, video Recording, video playing, mobile printing, voice memos and voice mails, speakerphone, voice commands, and external memory. External memory can be inserted in the phone through a microSD card.
- Samsung SGH-U700 tech specs — official webpage
- Samsung Gleams with Verizon Wireless, CNET News, October 5, 2007
- HOWTO: Samsung Gleam (SCH-u700) Ringtone Unlock
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