Samsung SGH-A437

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The Samsung SGH-A437 is a quad-band clamshell phone for AT&T released by Samsung in early 2007.

This phone uses the same SoC as the SGH-E250 and SGH-T429. It is heavily based on the E250 in general, but lacks a MicroSD slot and adds EDGE support.

Variants[edit]

  • SGH-A436: Rogers version.

Related phones[edit]

Specs[edit]

Basics[edit]

CPU NXP PNX5230 Swift SoC (130MHz ARM946E-S)
Platform/OS Samsung Proprietary
Display 128 x 160, TFT, 16-bit color
Sub display 96 x 96, STN, 2-bit greyscale
Flash memory ~3 MB accessible to user
Charging and data connector PCB200
FCC ID A3LSGHA437

Connectivity[edit]

Operating modes GSM (850/900/1800/1900)
Data EDGE
SIM size Mini SIM
IrDA No
Bluetooth 2.0
Bluetooth profiles HSP, HFP 1.5
PC Link Samsung PC Studio

Camera[edit]

Rear camera VGA (640 x 480), fixed focus, color effects, self timer, white balance. Sub LCD can be used as a viewfinder.
Video No

Media[edit]

Supported image formats BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, WBMP
Supported audio formats AAC, AMR, IMY, MID, MP3
Speaker configuration Single ear speaker
Line out PCB200 connector
Synthesizer Software based synthesis ("Swift" synth)

Messaging[edit]

SMS Yes
EMS No
MMS Yes
IM AIM, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger

Software[edit]

Java MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1, downloadable

Accessories[edit]

Gallery[edit]

A grey SGH-A437 closed