Saturday, September 17, 2011

Samsung Jet Phone Specfication and Pictures Gallery

The Samsung Jet gets reviewed by the folk at Phone Arena. The Samsung Jet is manufacturer’s first model to feature a new version of the TouchWiz interface that visualizes the different homescreen pages onto the sides of a cube, similarly to the LG’s S-CLASS 3D UI. Other features of the phone include up-to-date must-haves such as Wi-Fi, A-GPS, 3.5mm jack, 5MP camera, 2 GB internal memory, a 3.1-inch display with WVGA resolution, incorporating the AMOLED technology. You can find the video after the break..

Samsung has launched it new touchscreen phone Samsung Jet S8000.Samsung Jet S8000 features 3.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen with TouchWiz 2.0 UI, 5megapixel autofocus camera with dual LED flash, face detection, Smile Shot, Panorama Shot, Blink Detection, Geo-tagging, and Photo Editor.Other features include A-GPS with 3D maps, Bluetooth, WiFi connectivity, including media-player and WebKit-based Dolfin Browser.Samsung Jet S8000 will runs on Quad-band GSM/EDGE as well as Dual-band HSDPA 3.6Mbps at 900, 2100 MHz bands.
* 800 MHz processor
* Touchwiz UI 2.0
* ActiveSync support
* WiFi
* 3.1" 16M WVGA AMOLED display
* 5 MP camera
* Dolfin HTML web browser
* DNSe & SRS Sound Effect technology
* DivX and XviD video support
While it's hard to see where this might rival the iPhone in the mobile phone market, bar having a touchscreen, it's certainly cheaper than most of its smartphone rivals, with users getting a free phone and paying less on their contract and up to £150 less to pick up the handset SIM free.

The first thing that hits you when you pick up the Samsung Jet S8000 is just how small it is. While the dimensions will give you an idea just how dinky it is, it's very hard to describe just how diminutive this feels in the hand.

This is a double-edged sword for the phone: on the one hand, the Samsung Jet S8000 fits very well in the pocket and is a real pleasure to carry around compared to some of the other chunka-phones on offer.

We're not saying the plastic-feel of the Samsung Jet S8000 is a bad thing, as it's certainly very pocket friendly which is obviously very important for a number of people these days. It's just that a little bit of brushed aluminium or stronger materials would have probably added to the overall appeal and feel of the phone.

That said, the phone is well designed and all the buttons are within easy reach thanks to the smaller proportions. We're utterly delighted to see another 3.5mm headphone jack stuck on the top, and Samsung has managed to do this without adding a huge amount of depth to the device.

However, when using headphones plugged into the Jet S8000 it's very difficult to use the full QWERTY keyboard in landscape mode and watching video is a little tricky too, as the jack is a little too far to the left in our opinion.
Samsung's latest flagship handset, the Samsung Jet S8000, was released to massive fanfare around the world, and the General Manager for the UK said that he thought it was better than the Apple iPhone 3GS - but can a non-smartphone really compete?

The Samsung Jet S8000 is billed as 'Smarter than Smartphone', a direct comment on the fact that while it uses Samsung's proprietary feature-phone UI, the TouchWiz 2.0 OS, it still packs some mean hardware under the hood.

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