PACKAGE CONTENTS: Samsung P910 (New Unlocked)
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The SGH-P900 (pictured) is an unusual looking phone that is slightly reminiscent of the Samsung Z130, with an unusual rotating display.
However, the display on the SGH-P900 is designed for digital TV rather than video calling.
The TV technology in the SGH-P900 uses the T-DMB ("Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcasting") system, which is a technology based on DAB digital terrestrial radio. This is a quite different system to the one used by Nokia in the N92, which is the DVB-H based on the DVB-T "Freeview" standard. Sony Ericsson are also committed to DVB-H. Cleverly, Samsung also have the SGH-P910 which is a handset that uses the DVB-H standard, so effectively Samsung have all the bases covered.
The Samsung SGH-P900 is a tri-band GSM device with GPRS and EDGE, a 2 megapixel digital camera, T-DMB receiver, 240x320 pixel display in 262,000 colours, 128Mb of internal memory plus microSD expansion, an MP3/AAC player, dual speakers and Bluetooth. It's a large device for a GSM phone, at 95x48x27mm and 124 grams, but substantially lighter than the Nokia N92
On the other hand, the SGH-P910 is a 3G device with UMTS 2100, plus tri-band GSM and GPRS (but no EDGE), a 1.3 megapixel camera, DVB-H receiver, 240x320 pixel display in 262,000 colours, 32Mb of internal memory plus microSD expansion, MP3/AAC playback, dual speakers and Blueooth. Size and weight are identical to the P900.
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