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Samsung D900 review at TrustedReviews
"Looking at it like that, the D900 doesn’t appear to be enough of a svelte beauty to put the D600 into the shade. However, despite being a bit on the long and wide side, the D900 is 10g lighter than its sibling, weighing in at a mere 93g compared to the 103g D600 – at least according to the Samsung spec sheet anyway. Interestingly, when I actually weighed the D900 I found that it only weighed 83g, making it 20g lighter than the D600 and a whole 40g lighter than the Sony/Ericsson K800i. You may not think that 20g makes much of a difference, but believe me, if you hold a D600 in one hand and a D900 in the other, the latter is clearly lighter. It feels lighter in your pocket too. "
Samsung D900 review at mobile-phones-uk.org.uk
"The Samsung D900 puts the WOW! in WOW! FACTOR.Seriously, a phone this exceptional doesn't come along very often, perhaps not since the Samsung D500 in 2004."
Samsung D900 review at Mobile-Review
"Handset’s design is strict, there’s no eclectic, black color is diluted by silver insertions. Framing around display is glossy, just like lower part of front panel; meanwhile case itself is made of mate soft touch plastic. This is not a single meaning combination, a feeling of slight color dissonance is present. On the other hand, difference in material’s texture creates attention zone right on the keypad (function keys)."
Samsung D900 review at GsmArena
" The slimmest slider in the world is already on the market. Samsung D900 (12.9 mm thick when closed) offers almost maximum equipment. It has also been given a special final touch: a 3 megapixel camera and a superb display. Now try to imagine it all in a stylish sliding body. The price, however, is rather high."
Samsung D900 review at Cnet
"The Samsung D900 follows in the footsteps of some of Samsung's best-selling phones. The D500 was an outright hit and the D600 is still going strong, so the D900 has a strong pedigree. It is also part of Samsung's new breed of thin mobile phones, the Ultra Edition range.
These are phones designed with pockets in mind, so unlike the D500 and D600, the D900 is very slim -- it immediately outdoes its predecessors with its size. It's certainly a feat of engineering, but this design flair is not present in every part of the phone. There are some ergonomic issues that we'd like to see resolved in the next generation."
Samsung D900 review at Pocket-Lint
"In tests, we were very impressed with the camera's performance, and although it doesn’t match up to the quality of the K800i from Sony Ericsson it certainly give it a run for its money with plenty of features like ISO and white balance settings for those who want to be a bit more adventurous.
Rating: Good, but not the best out there. 8/10