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Samsung SGH-F480 Review

 Positioned above the 2.8-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) LCD display is the earpiece speaker and front camera lens. There is a specific Hold button at the top of the Samsung SGH-F480. It can be used to place callers on hold. You can also use it to lock the touch screen and keys to prevent any unwanted phone operations by pressing and holding the key.

  Located below the display is the Dial, Shortcut and Menu exit buttons with the mouthpiece microphone positioned at the base of the phone.

On the left side is the volume control rocker and the MicroSD card slot that supports upto 8GB. The SGH-F480 maintains it’s own internal memory with a capacity of 240MB to store your contacts, messages and music files.

The camera shutter button and multi-function jack are on the right side of the phone. The multi-function jack is proprietary and provides audio for headphones, battery charging and USB connectivity to a computer. Samsung made sure to include the necessary cabling for charging, PC connectivity and a pair of headphones with the proper jack

  Installation of the battery and SIM card is extremely easy compared to other phones as the battery cover slides on and off without a fuss. The SGH-F480 uses a 3.7V Lithium-Ion battery but take note you need to insert the SIM card first.


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