In the first quarter of 2006, Samsung unveiled the X670 mobile phone. The phone is no longer manufactured or offered by Samsung because it has been discontinued.
Design and Display
The physical measurements of the Samsung X670 are 87 x 45 x 21 millimetres. Given that it weighs only 79 grammes, it is portable and lightweight. The Samsung X670’s SIM card is a Mini-SIM, a type of SIM card that was widely used in mobile phones at the time of its debut in 2006.
A 65K-colour UFB (Ultra Fine and Bright) display is available on the Samsung X670. The main display measures 1.8 inches, with a total area of 10.2 cm2, and has dimensions of 28 x 35 mm. In comparison to contemporary displays, the main display’s resolution of 128 by 160 pixels is considered to be somewhat low.
A second external display, the Samsung X670, which supports 65K colours and UFB technology, is in addition to the primary Samsung X670 monitor. The second monitor has a 96×96 pixel resolution.
A single VGA camera is present on the Samsung X670, giving it a 640 x 480-pixel resolution. When the Samsung X670 was introduced in 2006, this type of camera was typical of cell phones.
Because the Samsung X670 lacks a card slot, a memory card cannot be used to increase the phone’s internal storage. The Samsung X670’s phonebook has room for up to 1000 entries, and users can give each contact a picture to enable photo calls.
Users can conveniently track their call history with the X670’s call logs, which can keep up to 30 dialled, 30 received, and 30 missed calls.
18 MB of internal capacity on the Samsung X670 isn’t much when compared to more recent mobile devices. Additionally, the phone allows for the storage of up to 200 brief messages, usually referred to as “text messages” or “SMS.”
Sound and Features
Without the use of headphones or an additional speaker, audio can be played loudly on the Samsung X670’s loudspeaker. The phone supports polyphonic or MP3 ringtones as well as vibration alerts for different alert types, giving customers the option to personalise how their phone notifies them of incoming calls or texts.
Wireless local area network (WLAN) connectivity is not supported by the X670; hence, it is unable to connect to these types of wireless networks. The phone does have Bluetooth capabilities, though, enabling wireless communication with other Bluetooth-enabled devices like speakers or headphones.
Users of the Samsung X670 can listen to regional radio stations without an internet connection thanks to the device’s FM radio. The Samsung X670’s exclusive USB connection makes it impossible to connect the phone to a computer or other device without a particular USB cable. This is because the Samsung X670 requires wired communication.
Users can send and receive text messages, multimedia information, and email messages using the X670’s support for a number of messaging protocols, including SMS (Short Message Service), MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service), and email. Additionally, the phone has a browser that supports WAP 2.0, a primitive style of mobile internet browsing that was popular in 2006, the year the Samsung X670 was released.
The Samsung X670 has a number of pre-installed games for enjoyment, including Forgotten Warrior, Freekick, and ArchAngel. The phone also supports Java, enabling it to run Java-based programmes and games. The phone is compatible with MIDP 2.0 of Java.
Users may listen to music on the X670 thanks to its MP3/AAC player. In order to help users quickly and precisely enter text when sending messages or emails, the phone also offers predictive text input. The X670 also has an organiser, which is a great feature for keeping track of key events and chores. It includes features like a calendar, alarm clock, and to-do list.
The detachable 800 mAh Li-Ion battery that powers the Samsung X670 can be changed when it can no longer maintain a charge. When not in use, the phone may survive up to 200 hours on a single charge thanks to its 200-hour standby time. The Samsung X670 has a talk time of up to 3 hours, which translates to a maximum of 3 hours of nonstop conversation on a single charge.