The Samsung Finesse comes with basic features like SMS, MMS, speaker phone, vibrate mode, clock, alarm, calendar, notepad, calculator, stop watch, voice dialing, PC sync, voice recorder and currency converter. It comes with a full HTML browser, but does not provide a great browsing experience. Its customizable widgets enable you to access applications quickly. You can store 500 contacts on the phone book. Each contact can contain five phone numbers and an email address. You can assign photos and ringtones for your contacts. You can also place them in groups of your choice. The phone comes with GPS which is easy to use. The handset is Bluetooth enabled. The handset's 2.0 megapixel camera enables you to capture magic moments with your friends and family members. The phone also has a video recorder. Internal memory of 150 MB makes it possible for you to store a considerable amount of data. The handset has a built-in music player.
The Nokia 6790 appears to have an edge over the Samsung Finesse when it comes to features. It runs the S60 (Symbian) platform. This quad-band handset offers regular features like SMS, MMS, speaker phone, call conferencing, speed dialing and voice commands. You can also make video calls. The handset is Bluetooth compatible. Its QuickOffice suite enables you to work with Office documents. It supports email accounts like Gmail, Yahoo and Windows mail. The handset is preloaded with JuiceCaster, which makes it possible for you to work on various social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook. This feature is sure to attract the youth. The handset's 2 megapixel camera enables you to capture images and videos. You can also enjoy music with FM radio support and a built-in music player. The handset's HTML web browser (with Flash Lite support) gives you an amazing browsing experience.