Samsung Galaxy Note. First Look
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3GSM congress. Sagem's budget rally
Sagem is not planning to expand its current model-line-up in the nearest months with the help of models for expensive segments, the already released models X8, X6-2 will fill the gap, support the sales. Update for X8 with index X8-2 is planned only for this year's summer, there won't be many differences between these two, the main one is 2mpx camera. In the low-end segment the company plans to concentrate on slim models, it seems that all manufacturers became crazy with this trend, and Sagem is no way an exception. The series starts with my100X/my101X. Them both have monochrome display with 101x64 pixel resolution, but the 2 nd model also has a colorful backlight. The model's thickness is 15mm, they have polyphonic ring tones and loudspeaker mode.
The next step in the stairs of evolution are three models - my200X, my201X, my202X. This time we have color display, its resolution is 101x80 pixels, 4096 colors. The polyphonic ring tone quality was improved, the company states that it has Hi-Fi tones. My201x has GPRS, meanwhile 202 supports MMS.
The model my300X is similar to Sagem myX6- 2 in terms of design. But this phone is simpler and thicker (14mm). The screen's resolution is 128x128 pixels, it can display up to 65000 colors (TFT). The amount of internal memory is only 3.2 Mb, but it should be enough for uploading custom ringtones. Considering the fact that this model costs only 100 USD this solution looks reasonable. The variation my301X has Bluetooth and SyncML support, meanwhile my302X has IrDA.
The models my400X/my401X are based on 300 series, but offer bigger display with bigger resolution (128x160 pixels), it also displays up to 65000 colors. The phones support Java and have 3.2 Mb of internal memory , as well as VGA - camera . The elder model is triband and supports Bluetooth..
Curious: music solution my700X, this phone has built-in FM-radio and mp3 player with equalizer and 3D effects. The supported standards are mp3, AAC and AAC+. The phone has Bluetooth and A2DP profile, this allows using wireless Bluetooth headphones. The phone also has miniSD memory card slot, USB Mass Storage support. EDGE is present too, together with 3D-games support, camera's module is 1.3mpx, the display's resolution is 176x220 pixels and it can display up to 262000 colors.
One of the analogues for this series is myW7, this is UMTS phone, no other differences were spotted.
The top model is my800X, this is UMTS phone based on Sagem myX8. The difference is only in design and support of 3G networks together with presence of frontal camera. All other specifications are alike.
Another model based on myX8 is called myMobileTV, it has built-in TV-tuner (DVB-H standard is supported).
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Published 16 February 2006
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