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FunkyMunky
24-01-07, 05:45 PM
Samsung D900 - Slimmest Slide phone on the market

3 months old. has a few very light surface scratches at the very top of the phone - tried taking pictures of them but they are that light that they do not show.

Includes box, charger, usb cable, cd manual and i am also including a 512MB Kingston memory card.

Phone is unlocked to all networks.

Looking for £140 inc next day delivery.

FunkyMunky
25-01-07, 10:46 AM
Pictures :

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c336/exclusiv_gaz/D900/D900BoxBits.jpg
http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c336/exclusiv_gaz/D900bottom.jpg
http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c336/exclusiv_gaz/D900open.jpg
http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c336/exclusiv_gaz/D900/D900top.jpg

FunkyMunky
25-01-07, 09:48 PM
SOLD :D

Steve
26-01-07, 11:05 AM
I've never sold a phone in my life, my mum just got my Samsung 600 hand-me-down!

FunkyMunky
26-01-07, 11:11 AM
ah well i fancied a change of phone 3 months into my contract so with a bit of wheeling and dealing have managed to do it :D

easily bored me :wink:

Thriller
26-01-07, 12:10 PM
Fuck sake, i want one ot those! :x

g40steve
26-01-07, 12:35 PM
I just got one yesterday, they are slim!!!!!!!!!

Steve
26-01-07, 12:36 PM
http://www.my-xda.com/looksXdaOrbit.html

This is my phone.

http://www.apple.com/iphone/

Bu this is the one I want. Just hope they do one with built-in Sat Nav too.

chiefbadger
26-01-07, 01:25 PM
Hi Steve,

Just got an Orbit myself (mainly because o2 are offering free sat nav software - although it's on backorder at the mo) so do you have the sat nav software and is it shite?

I'm still undecided on it at the mo, it's a nice piece of kit, but I sort of miss being able to send a text one handed.

Steve
26-01-07, 01:46 PM
Hi Steve,

Just got an Orbit myself (mainly because o2 are offering free sat nav software - although it's on backorder at the mo) so do you have the sat nav software and is it shite?

I'm still undecided on it at the mo, it's a nice piece of kit, but I sort of miss being able to send a text one handed.

It's good, I was a bit dubious at first becuase I'm a Mac person and this is Bill Gates software (Windows Mobile).

CoPilot works really well, as I said in an earlier post, I got the Orbit after a guy I'm working with told me about the CoPilot software on his Exec. I went to look at the Exec and saw the Orbit and the fact it's the only phone PDA on the market with a built in GPS receiver, it's great, I didn't know the way to my girlfriends parents house the other day and just put it in walk mode and found a really good short-cut that even my girlfirend didn't know about.

It comes with the software free with a certain contract (over £50 a month) and the cradle to mount it in the car and car charger etc. The good thing is, you've always got it on you so you can find the way whatever car you're in. It can update live from the internet too, to re-route you around traffic jams, no car system at any price can do this!

If you don't want the Sat-Nav though I would deffo wait for the iPhone, it looks the nuts.

Steve
26-01-07, 01:51 PM
P.S Being able to write a text with a pen (it recognises handwriting) or a proper keyboard far outweighs one-handed operation. You find yourself running out of characters really quickly and sending it as an e-mail instead which doesn't cost anything either.

FunkyMunky
26-01-07, 02:00 PM
**** sake, i want one ot those! :x

nothing to get excited about really - yes it's the slimmest slide phone on the market, but battery life is appauling, menu's are a bit annoying and predictive text has the memory of a goldfish - add a word to dictionary, next time you try to type it again and it's forgotten it :roll:

that said i've been happy enough with it, probably more disappointed that it hasn't lived up to my previous Samsung D500 and D600

chiefbadger
26-01-07, 02:03 PM
Phone arrived yesterday, but I'm a complete techno moron so just taking a while to get used to it. I went for it specifically because of the Copilot software, but being o2, it's not in stock at the mo.

having changed from my old d600 (what's the deal with copying you on phones!) it just feels a bit less user friendly, but as I say it could just be that I'm a spaz.

Steve
26-01-07, 02:58 PM
Phone arrived yesterday, but I'm a complete techno moron so just taking a while to get used to it. I went for it specifically because of the Copilot software, but being o2, it's not in stock at the mo.

having changed from my old d600 (what's the deal with copying you on phones!) it just feels a bit less user friendly, but as I say it could just be that I'm a spaz.

It does take some getting used to, more of a PDA that is also a phone than a phone with extra functions.