Samsung e900 only £129 with trade in on o2 PAYG INSTORE ONLY
Samsung e900 only £129 with trade in on o2 PAYG INSTORE ONLY

Samsung e900 only £129 with trade in on o2 PAYG INSTORE ONLY

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Only available instore at the o2 Shop. I was in yesterday and they accept any phone + charger to get the phone for £129 (originally £149)

The Samsung E900 is a stylish camera phone which comes with a smooth slide opening mechanism. The phone has attractive touch sensitive keys externally which light up when in use & subtly fade out when not in use. The phone has a large 262k colour display which can be viewed when the phone is in the slide open or slide closed position. The screen has a screen resolution of 240 x 320 pixels & provides the user with a high definition clear & colourful display. The E900 comes with a new Samsung user interface which is pleasing on the eye & has a user friendly menu system. The phone has a clear & precise squared keys on the phones internal keypad which makes inputting text easy for the user. The handset comes in a choice of colour which are black, silver & gold & only weighs 93 grams. The phone measures 93 x 45 x 16.5 mm which provides a slim slide opening mobile phone. The Samsung E900 is similar in looks to the LG KG800 Chocolate as they both come with slide opening systems complete with touch sensitive light enhanced keys.

The phone comes with 80 Mbytes of internal memory & the user can extend the phones memory capabilities by using the swappable MicroSD™ memory card feature. The user can connect the Samsung E900 to their PC, laptop & printer by using a Bluetooth™ wireless connection or a USB wired connection. The Bluetooth™ connection can be made to any Bluetooth™ compatible device & allows the user to have the freedom of a wirefree connection. The phone comes with EDGE technology which will transfer data & download data three times faster than GPRS. The user can use the WAP XHTML browser to surf the Web. The E900 work over a GSM tri band network which will automatically switch between GSM 900, GSM 1800 & GSM 1900.

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Is it def the E900? Cant see anything on the O2 website.:)
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