Samsung M5650 Lindy Music Phone Launches
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Samsung has officially unveiled it’s Samsung M5650 Lindy Music Phone.  The Lindy, looks, feels and functions (in some capacities) like the Corby/Genio and both are quad band, GSM based phones but, that’s where the similarities end.  It makes sense to build on the popularity of the Corby as it’s sold over 3.5 million units.

samsung M5650

The Samsung M5650 comes with an impressive 2.8 inch touchscreen and a 240×320 pixel (QVGA) resolution.  It has a 3.15-megapixel camera with autofocus (which isn’t fantastic but will do the trick when you need to take those emergency snaps); video recorder; GPRS; EDGE; WiFi; 3G; Bluetooth and a microUSB port.

The phone is perfect for staying in touch as it gives you one touch access to Facebook, MySpace and Twitter where it enbles you to easily upload pictures and videos.

A phone like this won’t be complete without modern messaging capabilities and here the M5650 doesn’t disappoint.  It comes with Email, Instant Messenger (IM), SMS and MMS and provides useful tools such as Organizer, Document Viewer and Voice Memo.

Remember this is a Music phone so we must talk about those features for this review to be complete.  It uses DNSe (Digital Natural Sound Engine) technology and offers the Find Music recognition service (this feature lets you record a few seconds of the song and send it to a server that identifies the track, artist, album and genre).

It also has dedicated music keys; Stereo FM radio with RDS; stereo speakers; and a media player that supports all the latest audio and video playback formats.  You won’t be crippled with storage either as the M5650 allows microSD expansion up to 8G.

It’s connectivity options aren’t to be sniffed at, as it boasts 3G HSDPA connectivity up to 7.2Mbps and Bluetooth V2.1 with A2D.

Pitched as a budget phone the M5650 packs some impressive specs into quite a neat little package measuring 106 x 57 x 12mm, weighing only 98 grams and comes with interchangeable battery covers in  black or blue.

Following the European launch it will be available in India, China, South-east Asia, the Middle East and Africa.  The Samsung M5650 is already available in Portugal.


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