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Samsung C6625 (UK, Black, QWERTY)

  • This product has been discontinued, the information below is for reference purposes only.

  • Discontinued
  • SKU: 178359
  • , EAN: 5055147541515
  • , Mfr: GT-C6625EKA
  • , Brand: Samsung

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Samsung C6625 Features

Messaging for business .
2 mega-pixel camera, push email, 3G connectivity  and QWERTY keyboard.

Features:

Operating System Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard
Dimensions 113.3mm (L) x 63mm (W) x 11.9mm (T)
GSM/GPRS Tri-Band 900/1800/1900MHz
Bluetooth Yes (Stereo)
Camera 2 mega-pixel
Memory Card microSDHC

Mobile Messaging:
Message on the move with the Samsung C6625. Built in push email facility automatically sends your emails to you the moment they arrive. Compose messages quickly and easily using the large QWERTY keyboard.

Wide-screen Display:
A high resolution 2.6" wide-screen display provides plenty of room to view documents, internet pages and email.

Office Compatible:
Find mobile versions of your favourite MS Office applications, from Word to Excel and PowerPoint. Create new documents or just read and catchup. Whatever you need the C6625 is ready.

GPS Location:

Let the Samsung C6625 be your guide. The integrated AGPS receiver works in conjunction with GPS enabled software to help you find your way. Get driving or walking directions to your destination, or use AGPS technology to help you discover new and useful places around you.

Synchronise:
Support for Microsoft Exchange and Windows keeps your all your data in sync seamlessly. Access your address book, calender or contacts without a PC. Everything you need to stay in touch out of the office.

Instant Broadband:
Have access to the internet in a moments notice. Rapid 3G connectivity with HSDPA (3.6Mbps) support brings broadband like speeds to the palm of your hand. Surf the internet, download large emails, or use the C6625 as a high speed wireless modem for your laptop. All your connectivity needs in one.

Fun:
Use the built in 2 mega-pixel camera to take photographs or video clips. Capture important information share them with colleagues and friends by email or MMS. Relax with the built in media play and watch a movie or just listen to some music.

Storage Space:
100MB of on-board memory and microSDHC memory card slot allow you carry important documents on the go. Carry presentations, spreadsheets and office documents with without worry.

Package Contents
- Samsung C6625
- Battery
- Mains Charger
- Software CD
- Stereo Headset
- Data Cable
- User Guide
  • Release Date: Friday 10th April 2009
  • Shipping Weight: 0.49kg

Technical Details

  • Dimensions:
    - 113.6 x 63 x 11.6 mm
  • Weight: 107.7g
  • Battery:
    - Talk Time: 420 mins
    - Standby Time: 300 hrs
    - Capacity: 1300 mAh
  • Display:
    - 320 x 240 pixels/2.6 inch
  • Network:
    - GSM: 900/1800/1900 (Tri-Band)
    - WCDMA: 2100 (Single-Band)
    - HSDPA (3.6Mbps)
  • Camera:
    - 2 mega-pixels
    - 4 x Digital Zoom
  • Video:
    - 25fps Video Recording (QVGA)
    - Supported formats: MP4, 3GP, H.264 & WMV
    - Video Streaming
  • Music:
    - Supported formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ & WMA
    - FM Stereo Radio (RDS)
    - Windows Media Player Sync
  • Ringtones:
    - Monophonic
    - Polyphonic (64)
    - MP3
  • Messaging:
    - SMS
    - MMS (with video)
    - E-mail (POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, MS Exchange)
    - Instant Messaging (MSN)
  • Memory:
    - Phone Book (unlimited)
    - Dialled Calls (30)
    - Missed Calls (30)
    - Received Calls (30)
    - 100MB (internal)
    - microSDHC (external)
  • Call Features:
    - Hands Free
    - Caller ID
  • Connectivity:
    - Bluetooth (2.0)
    - GPRS Class 32
    - HSDPA (3.6 Mbits)
  • Navigation:
    - AGPS
  • Security:
    - Remote Lock
    - Device and memory card encryption
    - Remote Wipe
  • Features:
    - Office Document Viewer (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
    - PDF Document Viewer

User Reviews

  • by Anonymous
  • 21 April 2009

Pretty good so far

Ordered Friday, arrived Saturday. I'm now learning how to use it and live with it. Whilst it's not 100% intuitive, it's pretty good in guiding you through things, which is just as well, as there is no manual on the disk or on the internet. When I called Samsung support (who were very helpful), they told me the C6625 has not yet been released in the UK and the manual has not been published yet in English. It is, though, available in French and Portuguese. If that matters to you, beware. Otherwise, it is much as I expected and is working well. WiFi would have been nice, but I knew it wasn't included. But GPS and Google Earth work well and, so far, I have had no problems. Oh, not quite true. I tried to install the OneWorld alliance flight timetables, which wokred fine on my previous (very old) PDA, but it failed to install, with a less than helpful error message. That could be my fault, but I doubt it. So, not perfect (which is why it's 4 stars, not 5) but a strong performance so far.

  • by Anonymous
  • 04 November 2009

Hmm i give it 2 stars

Ok, so I may have a friday pm fone!! I have trouble with signal when my other fone on the smae network is full bar, the hands free sounds as if my head is in a bucket of water and 8 out of 10 calls go to voicemail even when its full bar and not being used. Have asked provider if its an issue at there end and of course the answer is "NO" Other than that, its a fone.. it could be me but i dont think so?

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