The striking common feature of both Samsung H1 and M1 is Vodafone 360 services. This service encompasses integrated address books and 3D zooming for browsing. Prime common feature to either is Linux-based LiMo Platform Release R2.0.1 OS. Despite Samsung M1’s being the second set to have R2 platform, both the versions are have a good deal of rich features of Vodafone 360 UI for great entertainment and internet connectivity.
Differences in touch screen of these two versions get pronounced for H1 having 3.5 inches AMOLED capacitive display screen of 800 x 480 pixels, on the other hand M1 sporting 3.2 inch TFT screen of 240 x 400 pixels. The 3D user interface and 16 M colour is common to both. Feature of networking remains just the same in H1 and M1 as 2G comes with GSM 850/900/ 1800/1900 and 3G with HSDPA 2100.
A comparison of features speaks of similarity in general; common Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS, HTML browsing, games, SMS and MMS messaging, GPS with A-GPS, CPU spec of ARM Cortex A8 600 MHz PowerVR plus SGX graphics, music and video players, and Java supported organizer. Samsung H1 Vodafone 360 is available in black and silver shades, whereas Samsung M1 360 replaces silver with White and Red, black remains common.
Resembling the size and resolution differences, there is a variation in cameras of Samsung H1 Vodafone 360 and Samsung M1 360. The former version takes in 5 MP 2560 x 1920 pixels camera with autofocus and LED flash features. Comparatively the latter version is fitted with 3.15 MP, 2048 x 1536 pixels camera without autofocus and LED flash features. Yet common again are the features of having secondary camera as well the video shooting capability. Internal memory differ by the way of H1 having 16GB while M1 is restricted at 1GB. However, both the sets have provision of card slot for extending the memory up to 16GB using microSD (TransFlash). Similarity goes for seemingly unlimited Phonebook entries.