Samsung t809 Reviews

Samsung t809 Reviews

The Samsung t809’s sleek, flat design and large, full-color screen evokes the look and feel of high-end plasma televisions. The elegant Samsung t809 slider phone, available through T-Mobile, features a 1.3 megapixel camera/camcorder, Bluetooth wireless technology, an MP3 player supported by external stereo speakers, 70MB of internal memory and a T-Flash memory card.

Samsung t809 Reviews

’CNET’ review the Samsung SGH-T809, here’s what they say about the phones Performance: We tested the quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900; EDGE) Samsung SGH-T809 world phone in San Francisco using T-Mobile’s service. Call quality was generally good, with adequate volume and clarity. Voices sounded a bit metallic, however, and callers could tell without being asked that we were using a cell phone. The Samsung SGH-T809 picked up a bit of wind noise, but we noticed no significant interference from other electronic devices. The speakerphone calls were loud enough, but the metallic voice quality was exacerbated. We quickly paired the Samsung SGH-T809 with the Plantronics Explorer 320 Bluetooth headset and experienced similar audio quality when we were on normal calls

Mobiledia review the Samsung T809, here is a snippet about the Samsung camera: Activating the Samsung T809’s 1.3-megapixel camera allows consumers to take photos at SXGA (1280 x 1024 px) resolutions. Almost standard in mobile phone technology nowadays, the Samsung T809’s camera is high enough in quality to make decent prints, progressing past first generation camera phones, which captured images too grainy for much more than phone wallpapers and caller IDs. However to save storage space, users can lower photo resolution to Mega (1152 x 864 px), SVGA (800 x 600 px), VGA (640 x 480 px), QVGA (320 x 240 px), Mobile (240 x 320 px), or Frame (240 x 180 px).

Situated on the top spine, the Samsung T809’s camera lens moves in a 180-degree range. However, rotating downwards into the spine as opposed to upwards, the lens doesn’t have a complete unobstructed range, but rather only front or the back views.

In Camcorder Mode, the Samsung T809 can store video clips up to 176 x 144 px or 128 x 96 px resolutions. Encoded in MP4 and 3GP formats, video clips up to 30-seconds in length can be recorded at 13 frames per second. Storage options include internal space or memory cards.

PhoneScoop has reviewed the Samsung T809, here’s a excerpt about the phone’s camera: The Samsung T809’s photos suffered from a slight blur, probably a result of the lens. Outdoor shots and bright light produced unreliable images. The contrast was out of balance, which produced washed out brights and extreme darks. Night shots on the street and in the pub produced more ISO noise, but much better colour and contrast. Overall still photos produced enough resolution to make viewing easy, though the image clarity left something to be desired.

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