Samsung M510 Review

Samsung M510

The SPH-M510 is Samsung’s latest multimedia phone and is only at Bell Mobility. This gem integrats music, photos, movies, and the Internet. In addition, the M510 features a 1.3-megapixel camera, speaker independent voice recognition, GPS capability and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. This phone is 0.7-inches and lightweight at 3 oz. This comes in a silver black, purple or grey.

  • Dual mode digital phone (1.9GHz & 800 MHz)
  • Internal 262K colour TFT display with 65K colour STN external display
  • High speed mobile network connectivity for broadband like download speeds
  • Assisted GPS (AGPS) Ready for e9-1-1, Finder Services, Seek & Find and Business Tracking Services
  • Supports Stereo Bluetooth for both music and voice calls as well as mono wireless headset and hands-free Bluetooth profiles. It also supports v-card transfers to other compatible devices via Object Exchange (OBEX). Profiles supported include:
    • A2DP (Stereo Headset)
    • HS (Headset-mono)
    • DUN (Dial-up Network
    • HF (Handsfree)
    • OPP (Object Push Profile)
    • FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
    • OBEX (Object Exchange)
  • Wired stereo headset, 32 MB MicroSD card and data cable included in box
  • 1.3 Megapixel camera
  • Camcorder
  • Streaming video capable for TV on your phone
  • Media player with internal and external controls to listen to your MP3’s on the go
  • Download full track MP3’s wirelessly
  • External memory card slot for use with TransFlash™ cards
  • 30 polyphonic ring tones included with vibration alert
  • Mobile browser capable
  • Picture/Video Messaging capable
  • Download capable for ringtones, screensavers, games and applications
  • Capable of 2-way SMS/Text Messaging with T9™
  • Includes built in “tools” section for Voice Memos, Alarm Clock, World Clock, Calculator, Memo’s, Tasks Lists and Countdown Timers
  • VoiceSignal™ software enables you to place calls and access your contacts list using just the sound of your voice
  • Internal antenna
  • 2-way Speakerphone
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