Samsung SCH-A850

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The Samsung SCH-A850 is a clamshell phone released in 2005 on Verizon Wireless, MetroPCS, and US Cellular. This phone was intended to be the replacement to the Samsung SCH-A670, released in 2003.

Specs

Basics

SCH-A850
HW Platform/ChipsetQualcomm MSM6050 (40 MHz ARM7TDMI)
SW Platform/OSSamsung Proprietary (Qualcomm REX OS-based)
Display 128 x 160, STN LCD, 16-bit color
Phonebook capacity500
Charging and data connectorSamsung PCB113 connector
Regulatory infoFCC ID: A3LSCHA850 (approved 2005-06-06)
Retail price$199.99 on a 1 year contract retail[1]

Connectivity

SCH-A850
Operating modesCDMA (800/1900)
Data1x RTT, EVDO
BluetoothYes
PC LinkRevSkills or BitPim (EFS access)

Input

SCH-A850
Input methods12-key keypad with T9

Media

SCH-A930
Rear cameraVGA
Supported image formatsGIF, JPG, PNG
Supported sound formatsAMR, MID, MMF, PMD
SynthesizerCMX 4.1

Messaging

SCH-A850
IMAOL, MSN, Yahoo

References