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Background and Identification ¶
The Spex has a 500-contact phone book with room in each entry for five phone numbers and an e-mail address. You can save callers to groups and pair them with one of 14, 72-chord polyphonic ringtones. You also can program a special ringtone to alert you when you're in a roaming area. Other features include a vibrate mode, text messaging, a calendar, a memo pad, an alarm clock, a world clock, a calculator, a stopwatch, a unit converter, and a tip calculator. Overall, it's a practical assortment of features but the Spex also offers Bluetooth for making calls with a wireless headset. We love to see Bluetooth on such a basic phone.
You can personalize the Spex with a selection of wallpaper, clock formats, and banners. You can download more options with the WAP 2.0 Web browser.
Carrier: Metro PCS
Family Line: Samsung SCH
Model: R210 Spex
Type: Cellular Phone
Network Technology: CDMA
Band: CDMA2000 1X 1900/800 / AWS 1700/2100
Battery Talk Time: Up to 210 min
Battery Standby Time: Up to 325 hr
Display Technology: LCD display
Diagonal Screen Size: 1.5 in.
Display Resolution: 128 x 128 pixels
Color Depth: 16-bit (65000 colors)
Touch Screen: No
Digital Camera No
QWERTY Physical Keyboard: No
Email Access: No
Internet Browser: Yes
Height: 3.94 in.
Depth: 0.59 in.
Width: 1.77 in.
Antenna Type: Internal
Phone Book Capacity (Numbers): 500
Additional Information ¶
Samsung R210 Accessories
Samsung Spex R210 User Manual