Samsung SGH-A707

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The Samsung SGH-A707, also known as Samsung SYNC, is a clamshell phone released by Samsung in mid-2007.

It was Samsung's first high-end HSDPA phone released in the U.S.

Related phones[edit]

Samsung SGH-Z560: The phone that the A707 is based on.

Specs[edit]

Basics[edit]

Chipset Qualcomm MSM6275 (225 MHz ARM926EJ-S)
Platform/OS Rex OS
Display 240 x 320, TFT
Display 2 96 x 96, color STN
Flash memory 28 MB accessible to user
Card slot microSDHC
Phonebook capacity 1,000 contacts
Charging and data connector PCB200
FCC ID A3LSGHA707

Connectivity[edit]

Operating modes GSM (850/900/1800/1900)
WCDMA (2/5)
Data HSDPA 1.8, EDGE
SIM size Mini SIM
IrDA No
Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
Bluetooth profiles HFP, HSP, DUN, FTP, OPP, A2DP, AVRC, BPP[1]
PC Link Samsung PC Studio
Data tethering USB, Bluetooth

Camera[edit]

Rear camera 2 MP (1600 x 1200), fixed focus, brightness, multi-shot, mosaic, color effects, photo frames, self-timer
Video QCIF (176 x 144)

Media[edit]

Supported image formats BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, WBMP
Supported audio formats AAC, AMR, IMY, M4A, MMF, MP3, MID, WAV, WMA
Supported video formats MP4, 3GP
Speaker configuration Ear speaker and stereo loudspeakers
Line out Bluetooth or PCB200 connector
Synthesizer Yamaha YMU787B-C (MA-5)
Extras Music player, photo editor

Messaging[edit]

SMS Yes
EMS No
MMS Yes
IM AIM, MSN, Yahoo Messenger

Software[edit]

Java Yes
Flash Lite Yes

Accessories[edit]

Gallery[edit]

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