Samsung E760 specs
Just shake it.
The Samsung E760 really gets you going with its novel motion recognition feature (M-button). Skip from one MP3 track to the next with a simple shake to the left or right. Or adjust the volume with an upward or downward movement. And the 96 MB memory has plenty of space for numerous dance tracks, because all that movement is bound to get you in the mood for dancing.
With its round display on the front, the Samsung E760 is somewhat reminiscent of modern art, giving it a futuristic, elegant look. And what's inside is just as exclusive as the design. Due to its quality finish, the light E760 fits in your palm snugly head for the future.
Thanks to Bluetooth wireless technology, data transmission is quick and easy. Meanwhile, the original Samsung Bluetooth stereo headset gives you extra mobility, leaving your hands free when on the phone. And what's more, with Bluetooth wireless printing, sending images or documents to a compatible printer is child's play wherever you are, allowing you to produce quality printouts effortlessly.
GPRS Class 10 (2 Upload, 4 Download)
Tri Band (900/1800/1900 MHz)
Java MIDP 2.0
The highest SAR value for this model phone was 0.94 W/kg.
Dimension: 88 x 44 x 22.5 mm
262,144 colours TFT Screen
176 x 220 pixels
65,536 colours OLED Screen
96 x 96 Pixels
Brightness (x6) / Photo Effects (10 different settings)
Shooting modes (Single shot / Multishot / Mosaic shot), Timer, Frames, Photo quality settings
Timer / Frames / Photo quality settings
1.3 Megapixel (1280 x 1024) CMOS Camera
5x Digital Zoom
Video recording (MPEG4 / 3GPP / H.263)
Max playing resolution: 176 x 144 (QCIF)
Music & Sound
64 Polyphonic Ringtones
Fun & Entertainment
3 Embedded JAVA games / Games with motion recognition technology
Embedded wallpaper/ Sreensaver
Motion regognition UI (M-button) / Motion beatbox
Predictive Text Input T9
Email (POP3 / SMTP / IMAP4)
vCard / vCalendar
Personal Information Management
To do list
Caller ID (Text/Photo)
Dialed / Missed / Received calls
CLIP / CLIR
Call time / Call costs
96.5 MB User memory (JAVA: 4MB)
1,000 Phone book entries