The G600's music player is comprehensive, supporting a variety of formats including MP3 and AAC. You can set your music to shuffle mode, rate it and listen to it using proprietary headphones or wirelessly via stereo Bluetooth ones.
Other noteworthy features include an FM radio, an expandable microSD slot that can support up to 2GB and a Google search bar that lets you access Google directly without going through the browser -- useful if you want to search for something quickly.
If you're choosing between this phone and the Nokia N95, which also has a 5-megapixel camera, then it's worth keeping in mind that the N95 has HSDPA (3.5G), Wi-Fi and built-in GPS. It is worth noting, though, that this camera phone is much more pocket friendly, although it's a shame it's not 3G.
Call quality on the G600 was very good -- it's something Samsung noticeably takes very seriously. Calls sounded loud and clear but the speakerphone was relatively quiet and could have been much louder.
The image quality from the camera was good and while it's apparent that a 5-megapixel sensor isn't as good without a full camera lens to support it, the shots were clear and crisp enough for large prints. Unfortunately, shots in low light weren't as clear due to the lack of a proper flash.
Battery life was good lasting over two days, although it will run out quicker if you use the camera a lot.
The G600's camera performed brilliantly compared with the majority of camera phones currently on the market, although the Sony Ericsson K810i edges it with its better flash. If, however, you're looking for a good camera phone with 3G and Wi-Fi, the Nokia N95 is definitely worth checking out.
Overall, Samsung has done it again, producing a thin phone packed with features -- even though we would have liked to have seen 3G, it's an enjoyable phone to carry around and use.
Edited by Jason Jenkins
Additional editing by Kate Macefield