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Samsung SGH-D410 (Tri-band)
By Justin Ong
Category : Mobile Phones
Published by Jimmy Tang on Friday, 30th July, 2004
Rating : 3.5 out of 5 stars  

Introducing the Samsung SGH-D410

And then there were three, three different form factors of mobile phones that is. The first and most ubiquitous mobile phone form factor has got to be the candy-bar type followed by the ever-popular clamshell gathering an increasing chain of followers as well. The third form comes in the design of a slider, where the display slides up to reveal the keypad. Though the sliding concept isn't revolutionary, mobile phones based on this design are still few and far between. Thankfully, this is set to change.

With an increasing number of manufacturers announcing a number of sliders over the past month and with more in the works, you can be sure that sliders are going to be the next big hit with consumers. At the very least, you'll have a lot more models to consider as a result of the slider form factor and having more options is always a good thing. The Samsung SGH-D410 we have with us today is one of many sliders one can expect from Samsung. Will the SGH-D410 carry on Samsung's hallmark of design excellence and usability? We’ll get to that in a jiffy.

Samsung SGH-D410 Technical Specification
  • Tri-Band (GSM 900/1800/1900)
  • WAP 1.2
  • 97.5 x 48.5 24 mm
  • 116 grams (standard battery)
  • 262,144 colours TFD-LCD
  • 2.0" wide screen
  • 176 x 220 pixels
SIM Voltage
  • 3V only
Battery (Li-ion)
  • 900mA
  • Up to 3 hrs
Standby Time
  • Up to 254 hrs
  • SMS
  • EMS
  • MMS
  • E-Mail
  • 64-chord Polyphonic
  • Drum-Type
  • CMOS VGA (640x480 pixels) with 4x Digital Zoom

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