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Monday, December 18, 2006

my new phone

So, i am finally getting around to tell you all about my new phone.
It is the Samsung t519 "Trace"

Pretty awesome little phone. Emphasis on little.
This thing is small. Really small. And light. Very very light.

I had decided to go for a phone that was as low profile as possible this time. Gone are the days when i was known for wearing cargo pants at all time and carrying around a geek survival kit. With the new job and just style changes, my technology has to move with my style. I needed something super-light and thin (i hate the tale-tell cell phone bulge). Enter the t519.

To try to show you how small/thin this thing is i took a few pictures...


Anyone want a phone that is only as thick as a No. 2 pencil? Shorter than a standard mouse? As for weight: It weighs basically the same as two AA batteries - 2.7 oz. Lightest phone i've ever owned. What is great is it doesn't feel too light or cheap. It feels very sturdy. It also feels good while talking, good ear-to-mouth length.

Besides its size - oh yeah, it's a great phone. Large, bright, high-res screen. Bluetooth. 1.3MP camera. Does great stills, decent video. Oh - and the feature i have barely used - MP3 player...with expandable MicroSD slot. That's right - expandable memory. I could have 2GB plus in this thing if i wanted. Though honestly, with Rhapsody and my Axim, i don't really use the MP3 function, and i don't think i'm going to bother getting an expansion card at this point.

Frustrating thing about it, is that it is so new, no one has really hacked it yet. The downside of this is that T-Mobile ships it pretty locked down. You can only install games and ringtones bought through the T-Mobile store. So i can have MP3s on it, and use them to listen to, or use as alarms - but not as ringtones. I also can't install any 3rd party games or applications unless they go through the T-Moible store, which is a pity since there are a ton of free ones on the web. There has to be a way around this, i just can't figure it out yet.

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