Samsung SCH-A795

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The Samsung SCH-A795 is a GSM and CDMA mobile phone released by Samsung on October 26th, 2005, and was the first US CDMA Samsung device to use a Yamaha SMAF sound chip.

Variants

  • SCH-A790: Variant of the SCH-A795, without a camera.
  • SPH-A790: Sprint model.

Specs

Basics

SCH-A795
HW Platform/ChipsetQualcomm MSM6300 (ARM926EJ-S)
SW Platform/OSSamsung Proprietary
Display 176 x 220, TFT
Flash memory10 MB
Memory card slotRS-MMC
Charging and data connectorSamsung PCB113 connector
Regulatory infoFCC ID: A3LSCHA790 · approved 2003-10-22
Retail price$469.99 without contract [1]

Connectivity

SCH-A795
Operating modesCDMA (850/1900)
GSM (900/1800)
Data1x
SIM sizeMini SIM
BluetoothNo

Media

SCH-A795
Rear camera0.3 VGA with flash (A790 only)
Supported image formats?
Supported sound formatsMID, MMF
SynthesizerYamaha MA-5 (YMU765)
ExtrasAnimelody Gallery, Pix Templates

Messaging

SCH-A795
SMSYes
EMSNo
MMSYes (CDMA Mode only)

Software

SCH-A795
JavaYes (Sprint version only)
BREWYes (Verizon version only)

Accessories

Batteries

References