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Review of the Samsung S5620 Monte
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The newer released version of the Samsung S5620 Monte is changed to a shiny black plastic housing with a flat silver metallic accent, from the previously more edgy black against an orange highlight. The new housing is a fingerprint magnet, but admittedly more classy.

The front panel features the 3" screen with capacitive technology, and it pleasantly responds well to very light touches. Unfortunately, like many touchscreens, it's got a problem with sunlight legibility. The Samsung S5620 Monte is comfortably how to unlock a Samsung phone sized for a unit with dimensions of 108.8 x 53.7 x 12.4mm. It weighs pretty light at 92grams. Above the screen is the video-call camera, next to the speaker grill. Below the screen are three hardware keys: Call, End, Menu and the mic pinhole.

On the left side of the phone, the volume dial can be found. On the right panel, the lock key, shutter key and the microSD card slot are located underneath a plastic strip cover. The top part has the 3.5mm audio jack and the microUSB port with a flap cover. The phone can be charged though a PC via the miroUSB port. There are no features on the bottom panel. The glossy back side has an uneven surface. Interrupted by a protrusion bordering the 3MP camera lens, the back panel also has the loudspeaker function. Upon removing the back cover, the 1000 mAh battery and SIM compartment can be found.

 



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