Samsung S400i is a mobile phone model that was announced by Samsung in February 2006. It was designed to be a mid-range phone.
Design and Display
The Samsung S400i was a mobile phone model that had a compact and lightweight design, with dimensions of 91 x 45 x 20.9 mm and a weight of 88 g. It was designed to be easy to carry and handle, making it a convenient option for users who were always on the go.
The phone supported the use of a Mini-SIM card, which was a common type of SIM card used in mobile phones at the time.
The Samsung S400i had a 1.8-inch TFT screen that was capable of displaying 256K colors. The resolution of the display was 176 x 220 pixels, which was considered to be standard for mobile phones of that time. While the screen size and resolution may seem small by today’s standards, it was considered to be adequate for basic use such as texting and making calls.
The Samsung S400i phone has a VGA camera with an LED flash, allowing users to capture photos in low light circumstances. The VGA camera was a basic camera with a resolution of 0.3 megapixels, which was considered normal at the time for mobile phones.
Samsung S400i is a mobile phone that does not have a card slot, which means it cannot accommodate external memory cards. The phonebook of the S400i can store up to 1000 entries and has a feature called photocall that allows the user to assign a picture to each contact. The call records can keep track of the last 20 dialed, 20 received, and 20 missed calls.
The Samsung S400i has 13 megabytes (MB) of space. This internal storage can be used to store multimedia files such as photos, music, and videos, as well as other data. However, the storage capacity is limited, and the user may need to transfer files to an external device or delete them to free up space.
Sound and Features
The Samsung S400i is a mobile phone that was released by Samsung. It doesn’t come with a loudspeaker, but it has vibration as an alert type, as well as downloadable polyphonic and AAC ringtones. The phone also has Bluetooth connectivity, which means you can connect to other devices wirelessly.
It uses a proprietary USB port for charging and data transfer. For messaging, the Samsung S400i supports SMS, EMS, MMS, and email. The phone also has a built-in browser that uses i-mode technology.
If you enjoy playing games on your mobile phone, the Samsung S400i has pre-installed games, and you can also download additional ones. The phone also has Java support (DoJa 2.5), which allows you to run Java-based applications.
The Samsung S400i has an AAC/M4A player. The phone also has predictive text input, which helps you type faster and more accurately. It also has an organizer that can help you keep track of your schedule and a voice memo feature for recording quick notes or reminders.
The Samsung S400i is a mobile phone that is powered by a removable Li-Ion battery, which means that you can easily replace the battery when it runs out of charge.
The phone has a standby time of up to 150 hours, which means that it can last for up to 6 days on standby before needing to be charged again. The talk time of the phone is up to 3 hours, which means that you can use it for up to 3 hours of continuous talking before the battery runs out.
The Samsung S400i is available in black color, which gives it a sleek and professional look. The black color also helps to hide any scratches or scuffs that may occur over time, keeping the phone looking new for longer.