During the second quarter of 2005, the Samsung X810 mobile phone model was unveiled.
Design and Display
Its dimensions are 89 x 37 x 24 mm, and its weight is just 85g. Before the development of the smaller nano-SIM and micro-SIM cards, the phone used a Mini-SIM card, which was the typical SIM card size used in many mobile devices.
A small TFT (thin-film transistor) display with 65K colours is featured on the Samsung X810. The screen-to-body ratio of the display, which has a size of 25 x 31 mm and a diagonal measurement of 1.6 inches, is roughly 24.5%. The 128 x 160-pixel display resolution results in a pixel density of roughly 128 pixels per inch (ppi). Wallpapers and downloadable images can be displayed on the display and used as the phone’s background.
A single, 1.3-megapixel camera is available on the Samsung X810, and it can take pictures. Additionally, the camera has an LED flash that can add extra brightness in dimly lit areas to help with picture quality. Users can record brief video clips because the phone can also capture videos.
The Samsung X810 has a dedicated microSD card slot, allowing users to use a microSD card to increase the phone’s internal storage. Users can add a photo to each contact to use as a photo caller ID, and the phonebook can contain up to 1000 contacts, each with 12 fields of information. The phone can also retain call logs, with enough for 20 made, 20 answered, and 20 missed calls.
Sound and Features
Users of the Samsung X810 can play music, watch videos, or make hands-free calls without the use of headphones thanks to the device’s built-in loudspeaker. Additionally, the phone may vibrate to notify users, and users can download polyphonic ringtones to customise their phones.
Users cannot use regular headphones or earbuds with the Samsung X810 because it lacks a 3.5mm joint.
Because the Samsung X810 lacks WLAN capabilities, it is unable to connect to Wi-Fi networks and browse the internet. However, the phone has Bluetooth version 1.2 with A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), allowing users to pair Bluetooth-enabled speakers or headphones with the device and stream music wirelessly.
Since the phone lacks a GPS or other form of positioning technology, it cannot offer location-based services or be used for navigation. In a similar vein, as the phone lacks an FM radio receiver, users are unable to listen to FM radio broadcasts on the device.
The Samsung X810 has a proprietary USB connector; therefore, in order to charge or transfer data from the phone to a computer or other compatible device, users must use a particular USB cable.
Email, SMS (Short Message Service), EMS (Enhanced Message Service), MMS (Multimedia Message Service), and other message formats are all supported by the Samsung X810. Text messages can be sent and received, along with multimedia communications that can contain images, videos, and audio files. The phone contains a modest WAP 2.0 browser that enables users to view basic internet websites.
Numerous pre-installed games, including Bobby Carrot, Airship Racing, and Arch Angel, are included with the phone. Users can download more games via the internet. Users can download and install Java-based games and other programmes on the Samsung X810 because it supports Java software.
Users can listen to their preferred music and audio files on the phone thanks to its built-in MP3/AAC/AAC+ player. The Samsung X810 supports predictive text input, which enables users to compose messages more quickly and precisely. The phone offers a voice memo function that enables users to record and preserve brief voice notes.
The Samsung X810 can synchronise data with other compatible devices, such as PCs or other phones because it supports the SyncML protocol. Updating contacts, calendars, and other data across different devices, can be helpful.
A detachable Li-Ion 800 mAh battery powers the Samsung X810. The battery is user-replaceable, so users can replace it whenever it wears out or loses its ability to retain a charge.
The phone has a standby period of up to 200 hours, which translates to a single charge lasting for up to 200 hours of active use. Users can talk on the phone for up to 5 hours and 30 minutes on a single charge thanks to the device’s up to 5 hours and 30 minutes of talk time.
When the Samsung X810 was first introduced in 2005, its price was about 80 euros.