Track down a number of hardware problems using the Samsung SGH A707 Troubleshooting guide.
Identification and Background
The Samsung SGH-A707 is a mobile phone, introduced on November 7, 2006 by AT&T Mobility, and branded as the Samsung SYNC.
The phone marks the first HSDPA flip phone to be offered by the wireless carrier, and has been marketed at those who seek "music on the go", seeking to capture some of the market held by the Motorola RAZR flip phone as well.
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Compatible networks: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, EDGE + 3G, HSDPA
Availability: November 7, 2006
Form factor: Clamshell
Dimensions: 3.46" x 1.89" x 1.02" (88 x 48 x 26 mm)
Weight: 3.95 oz (112 g)
Memory: 28.9 MB shared
Removable storage: MicroSD
Battery: 4 hours of talk time, 2 days standby
Display: 320x240 pixels QVGA TFT LCD, 262k color
External display: 96x96 pixels, color
Rear camera: 2 megapixel