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|Slogan||live better live longer|
|Compatible networks||GSM 900/1800/1900
|Availability by country||June 2008|
|Related||Samsung Omnia, iPhone|
|Dimensions||95.9 × 55 × 11.5 mm|
|Storage||228 MB (internal)|
|Removable storage||up to 16 GB MicroSDHC|
|Battery||Li-ion, 1000 mAh|
|Data inputs||Touch screen, T9 predictive text input option|
|Display||240 × 320 pixels|
|External display||2.8 inches|
|Rear camera||5 Mpix|
|Front camera||VGA video call|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth and USB 2.0|
The Samsung F480 (also known as Tocco in many English-spoken countries, or Player Style in France) is a touch-screen mobile phone announced in February 2008 and released in May 2008 by Samsung Mobile. The F480 is available from Orange, T-Mobile, 3, Virgin Mobile, Telstra, Optus, and O2 mobile carriers under both contract and prepaid plans. Models without a SIM lock are also available. It comes in three colours: black, pink, and gold. The devices uses a 2.8 in (7.1 cm) HAPTIC TFT touch screen that can render 256,000 colors.
The F480 supports 3G HSDPA data at 7.2 megabits per second on the 850 MHz band. It offers a WAP 2.0-compliant web browser, and uses MIDP 2.0 as its Java support platform. This allows installing the Opera Mini browser, which is more up-to-date and advanced than the native browser. The latter is still good for quick access to the mobile Internet.
The phone features a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus, face recognition, smile mode, 4× digital zoom, and video recording capability. It allows users to edit photos and videos, and add effects to photos. The device also contains music-recognition software. With up-to-date firmware, it can support 16-gigabyte MicroSD cards. Bluetooth support is included.
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