Samsung G810

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Samsung SGH-G810
ManufacturerSamsung Electronics
SloganAlmighty Multimedia Phone[1]
SeriesG , Symbian
Compatible networksGSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, UMTS-HSDPA 2100
Availability by regionMarch 2008, Europe, Asia Pacific, China
PredecessorG800
Form factorSlide
Operating systemSymbian OS v9.2, Series 60 rel. 3.0
CPUARM 11
Memory150 MB
StorageHDSD micro, SD micro
Data inputsKeypad , Bluetooth
Rear camera5.0-megapixel 3x optical, xenon flash, VGA vdeo recording
ConnectivityGPS + Geo tags, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g , Bluetooth 2.0 , USB 2.0 , SMS, MMS, Email, FM radio, TV out connection(NTSC / PAL)

The Samsung G810 is a Symbian OS smartphone developed and released by Samsung Telecommunications. It was announced at Mobile World Congress on 11 February 2008.[2]

The handset succeeds the previous G-model, the G800, incorporating the same 5-megapixel camera with Xenon flash, 3x Optical Zoom, and 3.5G capability, whilst adding Wi-Fi and GPS capabilities and running on the S60 (3rd Edition) Symbian platform. With these features in a slider-package, the G810 was aimed at rivaling Nokia's N95. It has an all-metal casing.[3]

The G810 comes with QuickOffice pre-installed which ables to edit and create Microsoft Office 2003 file formats and read PDF files. Its web browser is WebKit based and is able to use WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds and video streaming.

It was succeeded by the Samsung i8510 Innov8.[4]

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