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Samsung B7722 Review

Samsung B7722

These days handsets are packed with a vast amount of high technology, of almost every imaginable type, cameras, MP3 players, internet web browsers, email clients, GPS units and so on. But one technology that has yet to catch on in a major way is dual SIM technology. There have been a few attempts in the past to bring dual SIM technology to handsets, such as the Twin SIM holders compatible with older Nokia devices, but only now are we starting to see a concentration of devices being launched with Dual SIM capabilities built in.

One such device is the Samsung B7722. This is not the first Samsung device with Dual SIM functionality, we have already looked at the Samsung C6112 which also offered a dual SIM option. The B7722 is a fairly standard looking device, a monoblock handset with a large, 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen, supporting up to 256,000 colours and with a pixel resolution of 240 x 400. The handset is a decent size, measuring in at 113.5 x 55.5 x 14.3mm, and weighing 112g. Located under the main display are three main buttons, with the main menu navigation key located in the middle flanked on either side by a send and end call key.

The phone uses Samsung's proprietary TouchWiz user interface, which utilises large, colourful icons which make the phone menu easy to navigate and makes the handset simple to use. Internal memory on the phone is set to 1 GB, and this can be expanded by using Micro SD memory cards, with the B7722 officially supporting up to 8 GB. The handset is a 3G capable device, with HSDPA mobile broadband included, offering download speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps, but this is only available on SIM 1. SIM 2 will have access to data only via the handsets GPRS and EDGE support, but WiFi is included, 802.11 b/g, offering an alternative way of browsing the web via a high speed data connection.

Aside from the Dual SIM options, the Samsung B7722 is also endowed with a few nice options, including a 5.0 Megapixel camera with autofocus, and LED flash, which delivers decent image results. The camera is also enabled for video recording, catching clips at QVGA resolution at up to 30 fps. A competent messaging device, the B7722 offers push email, with the possibility of adding up to 10 separate email accounts to the handset. Instant Messaging support is also included, and there is a native RSS application on board, so you can keep up to date with news feeds from your favourite blogs and websites.

Multimedia also features highly in the handsets specification; the built in media player is capable of supporting a wide range of digital formats, including MP3, AAC, WMA and eAAC+ for music, with MP4, H.263 and H.264 supported for video playback. There is also a built in stereo FM radio, with RDS, and an FM record option allows you to record from the FM radio, to listen to at a later date. Headset connection is via a standard Samsung connection port, but there is the option for wireless music streaming via Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP.

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