Due to the myriad of new Samsung products being shown of at CeBIT 2006, I have been unable to decide which ones to review and which ones to banish to my basement. However, I have trudged through the multitude of entrants and picked up on a few, one of which is the new SGH-E900.
Based on the D870, the E900 measures in at 93 x 45 x 16.5mm, slightly shorter and thicker than its predecessor, however they both weigh 93g. The E900 is GSM Tri-band efficient, with EDGE and GPRS capabilities.
Equipped with a 2mega-pixel camera, and a 2�? 262k QVGA TFT display to operate it with, the slider phone is able to read WMA/MP3/AAC/MPEG-4/H.263, as well as TV-output, and a Microsoft Office/PDF/JPG/TXT viewer.
Samsung has included 80MB of internal memory, as well as providing extendibility through the microSD slot. The E900 is also capable of Bluetooth and USB data transfer.