Samsung SPH-M300

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Samsung SPH-M300
Samsung SPH-M300 Cell Phone.jpg
Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Compatible networks CDMA2000 1X [1]
First released Mid 2007 North America
Availability by country North America May 17, 2007; 7 years ago (2007-05-17) Sprint
Form factor clamshell
Dimensions 3.5”x1.9”x0.7” - 91.0mm x 47.0mm x 17.5mm
Weight 2.6 ounces - 85 grams
Operating system REX OS[2]
Memory 4 MB[3]
Storage 614KB, 299 contact entries
Removable storage No
Battery lithium ion [1]
Display LCD TFT 2 inch 128x160
External display LCD CSTN 1 inch 96x96
Rear camera 0.3-megapixel 640x480 maximum (also 224x168, 320x240)
Front camera No
Connectivity USB 2.0, Bluetooth DUN, OPP/FTP, HFP, HSP[3]
Other SMS, GPS, voice recognition, Bluetooth, WAP 2.0 Web Browser, Java MIDP1.0 [3]
Website http://www.samsung.com
Made in Korea

The Samsung SPH-M300 is a flip or clamshell style cell phone introduced in mid-2007[1] as a basic, low cost camera phone with limited multimedia capability for the North American market. The SPH-M300 is a personal digital assistant (PDA - as designated by the SPH model prefix) style handset with basic contact directory, notes, calendar, and other typical PDA functions and is also capable of rudimentary Web browsing, and SMS text messaging although it does not have a dedicated text keyboard.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Bonnie Cha. "Samsung SPH-M300". Retrieved 2010-03-10. 
  2. ^ "Samsung SPH-M300 simplicity enhanced". Retrieved 2010-03-10. 
  3. ^ a b c "Samsung SPH-M300". Retrieved 2010-03-10. 

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