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Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone - Documents on the go

Samsung bring Windows Mobile to those who have an aversion to qwerty and a love of slim.

| Phones in Mobile Devices | Posted: May 19, 2009 5:17 am
TweakTown Rating: 80%      Manufacturer: Samsung

Documents on the go

 

One of the features that Samsung try to push on this handset is the ability to support Office 2007 documents, so I loaded a few quick examples on and had a play with the Office features.

 

Excel provides the ability to view and change cells so that you maintain most of the functionality of excel on your desktop on your phone, this, however, is slightly hampered by the aspect change to a tall screen from a wide screen, so you will find yourself scrolling sideways a lot.

 

Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone

 

Power Point allows you to only view your slides, but the images are crisp and well rendered so you can easily use the phone to brief yourself on your slides before you have to do a presentation.

 

Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone

 

Word allows viewing and editing of word documents on the go, but does not support the ability to flip the aspect of the screen to wide mode, so you either have to select text wrapping to get it all on the screen or get used to scrolling sideways. There is a handy zoom function, though, and with the crisp screen small fonts come through as readable at 50% zoom.

 

Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone

 

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