I have had my Samsung U600 since 1st May, and so far so good, no problems with it what-so-ever. It seems to be a really reliable little phone.
The phone is quite slim as you may already know and that is what you will be paying for mainly. The phone has all the usual features.
I recently had a N95 which I sold because the battery ran out daily and often crashes, not to mention the annoying loss slider! Apart from that the phone was amazing, it could do some much!
The slider on the Samsung U600 is brilliant, smooth and quiet- just the way it should be!
So having switched to a Samsung U600, I do miss some of the features from the N95. However, I have grown custom to the U600 as it is really stylish and compact. The N95 is a bit chunky so if you have it in your trouser pocket it feels really uncomfortable and looks a bit weird if you know what I mean. The U600 is the exact opposite.
The best thing about it must be the size, you won't even notice it in your pocket. Sometimes I have to feel my pocket just to make sure its there.
The battery on this phone is pretty decent too, on average you will need to charge it once every 3 days so you don't have to worry about whether it the battery will run out later on. There are 3 bars, one bar is the equivalent to 1 day standby or 1 hour talktime, handy to know if you make a lot of calls.
Email is simple, you can receive your emails within seconds. Once the emails have downloaded onto the phone, the U600 automatically disconnects from your web server so minimizing your cost.
If you like to surf the web on your mobile, the large screen is definately a plus point.
Samsung have made a great phone when you consider how much stuff the phone can do when it is so small. The annoying thing about this phone is that it doesn't have 3G. I know it isn't essential but for the money you would expect it to have it.
Samsung are bringing out the Samsung U700 soon which is the next one up from this, and it has 3G. I can guess it will cost around the £300 mark when first launched.
P.S. Apple are bringing out their first handset, its called an iPhone. It's a must have!!! Expect it in UK around September time but the price may burn a hole in your pocket - the 4GB version is expected to cost £350.00, the 8GB version is expected to cost £450.00 (still less than the N95!!!)