Samsung G810

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Samsung SGH-G810
ManufacturerSamsung Electronics
SloganAlmighty Multimedia Phone[1]
SeriesG , Symbian
Compatible networksGSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, UMTS-HSDPA 2100
Availability by regionMarch 2008, Europe, Asia Pacific, China
Form factorSlide
Operating systemSymbian OS v9.2, Series 60 rel. 3.0
Memory150 MB
StorageHDSD micro, SD micro
Data inputsKeypad , Bluetooth
Rear camera5.0-megapixel 3x optical, xenon flash, VGA vdeo recording
ConnectivityGPS + Geo tags, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g , Bluetooth 2.0 , USB 2.0 , SMS, MMS, Email, FM radio, TV out connection(NTSC / PAL)

The Samsung G810 is a Symbian OS smartphone developed and released by Samsung Telecommunications. It was announced at Mobile World Congress on 11 February 2008.[2]

The handset succeeds the previous G-model, the G800, incorporating the same 5-megapixel camera with Xenon flash, 3x Optical Zoom, and 3.5G capability, whilst adding Wi-Fi and GPS capabilities and running on the S60 (3rd Edition) Symbian platform. With these features in a slider-package, the G810 was aimed at rivaling Nokia's N95. It has an all-metal casing.[3]

The G810 comes with QuickOffice pre-installed which ables to edit and create Microsoft Office 2003 file formats and read PDF files. Its web browser is WebKit based and is able to use WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds and video streaming.

It was succeeded by the Samsung i8510 Innov8.[4]

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