Samsung SGH-X480

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Samsung SGH-X480
Samsung SGH-X480.jpg
Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Compatible networks Tri Band (GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz)
Form factor clamshell
Dimensions 85 x 43.5 x 22 mm
Weight 75 g
Battery 800 mAh Li-lon
External display 128 X 96 px LCD 65k colors

The SGH-X480 is a mobile phone from Samsung, released in the first quarter of 2005.

The phone focuses on being small and light rather than on advanced features like camera and music.

Connectivity to PC is made through its serial interface, rather than USB.

The phone uses neither an S20 nor an M20 (both Samsung proprietary) connector for data and charging, but Samsung's older 18-pin connector, without a specific name.

The phone comes with four built-in Java games: BubbleSmile, Fun2Link, Ultimate Golf Challenge, and MobileChess.

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