The Samsung Rugby offers a wide range of features such as PC syncing, AT&T Video Share application support, voice recorder, USB mass storage, GPS and stereo Bluetooth with AT&T Navigation Service support. Apart from these, the Rugby also supports the PTT network of AT&T for walkie-talkie dials to compatible AT&T phones. The device further supports the AT&T Cellular Video Services and Mobile Music as well. It also has loads of other features related to music such as a Billboard Mobile channel, Music ID application, XM Radio Mobile support, music videos and a community part too from where you can access fan sites and download.
The Rugby features a phone book for 1,000 contacts with space for 6 phone numbers, 2 email addresses, 2 URLs, a nickname, a company name, notes, job title, a birthday and an instant messaging handle. The callers can be further grouped and paired with any of ten polyphonic ringtones. If you wish you can even use files from the Rugby’s audio recorder as ringtones. Other features of the phone include text/multimedia messaging, currency/unit converter, a calendar, a calculator, a timer, an alarm clock, a task list, a world clock, notepad, vibrate mode, a tip calculator and a stopwatch.
The 1.3 MP camera offers 3 quality settings and is capable of taking pictures in three different resolutions. Other options of the camera being a self-timer, white-balance controls, brightness, mosaic, multishot, night modes, panorama, 20 fun frames, 4x digital zoom, three color tones and 3 shutter sounds. However, the camcorder has limited options for editing and records in a resolution of 176 x 144 with sound. The Rugby further offers a shared internal memory of about 130MB with a screen-meter that says how much memory-space is still left. It can be personalized with a range of wallpapers, alert tones, background colors and greetings.