The Samsung Flight has a 2,000 contact phone book that has room in each of the entries for five phone numbers, a nickname, a birthday, an email address, a company with job title, notes and a URL. You can further categorize callers into groups and combine them with alert tones, photos and individual ringtones. The SIM-card can hold an additional 250 names. The basic features of the phone include text messaging, multimedia messaging, a memo pad, an alarm clock, a world clock, a task list, a calendar, a calculator, a tip calculator, a currency converter, a unit converter and a stopwatch. Additional features of the Flight mobile phone are standard with a voice recorder, file manager, a sketchpad, stereo Bluetooth, voice dialing, USB mass storage and PC syncing. The email feature of the Flight is limited to only AT&T’s Mobile Email app offering a gateway to POP3 services such as Windows Live, Yahoo, AIM, Gmail and AOL.
The 2 megapixel built-in camera of the Samsung Flight mobile phone can take pictures in a choice of three quality settings and four resolutions. Additional settings of the camera include four color effects, four white balance modes, a night mode, an adjustable tool for brightness, a self timer, a multishot option, exposure metering, a smile-shot option, 20 fun frames, mosaic and panoramic shot mode and three shutter sounds along with a silent mode. Moreover, the camera comes with an easy-to-operate interface with many attributes placed on the viewfinder. The camcorder can shoot videos in dual resolutions, 176x144 and 320x240 with very few options for editing. The multimedia clips on the Flight can be recorded for approximately 50 seconds, but for much longer duration in normal mode. The phone has a shared memory of 80MB that is user accessible, however, it can support up to 16GB using a memory card.
Photo quality and videos with the Samsung Flight are reasonable, but nothing special. The phone further supports the Video Share functionality of AT&T along with AT&T’s wireless broadband multimedia services, Mobile Music and Cellular Video. The music player supports a huge range of file formats, offering special features like album art, playlists, airplane mode, repeat and shuffle modes. The Samsung Flight cell phone also has a wide selection of music-based features and a number of apps that require a subscription. The Samsung Flight can be personalized with loads of greeting messages, wallpapers and clock types and additional options can be purchased from AT&T.