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07 Oct 2009

Samsung SCH-W880 Announced

Samsung SCH-W880 Announced

Recently Samsung has made official its new 12Mpix cameraphone, the SCH-W880 Pixon a.k.a. M8920. The phone is a successor to the older M8910 model, and comes with an impressive 12Mpix camera with 3x optical zoom. Other features include:

  • 12Mpix camera with 3x optical zoom;
  • Dedicated camera controls;
  • 3.3" (800 x 480) WVGA AMOLED display;
  • HD (720p presumably) video;
  • 3G HSDPA data;
  • Wi-Fi;
  • GPS;
  • Bluetooth;
  • microSD slot;
  • DMB mobile television (S.

[Continue reading Samsung SCH-W880 Announced]

 
17 Jul 2009

Samsung Pixon12 to be available at Phones4U August 1

Samsung Pixon12 to be available at Phones4U August 1

The upcoming 12Mpix Samsung Pixon12 cameraphone is going to be launched August 1st at Phones4U in the UK. All willing can pre-order it now here.

[Continue reading Samsung Pixon12 to be available at Phones4U August 1]

 
29 May 2009

Sony Ericsson Satio

Sony Ericsson Satio

It's official: the Sony-Ericsson Idou, which was announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this year will be released in October under the name "Satio". It'll come in three colors -- black, silver, and bordeaux, and will have the following features:

  • Symbian OS;
  • 3.5" 640 x 350 touchscreen;
  • 12.1Mpix camera with Xenon flash (yes!

[Continue reading Sony Ericsson Satio]

 
02 Feb 2009

Samsung to Unveil 12Mpix phone at MWC 2009?

Samsung to Unveil 12Mpix phone at MWC 2009?

According to leaked info from a couple of Korean news sources, Samsung is planning to reveal a new 12Mpix cameraphone at the upcoming MWC 2009 expo in Barcelona. They claim that mass production of the handset will begin at the end of February with the European launch expected soon thereafter.

We'll have to wait a few weeks for the official confirmation/denial of this rumor, so stay tuned.

[Continue reading Samsung to Unveil 12Mpix phone at MWC 2009?]

 
14 Nov 2008

New 12Mpix mobile camera module from Sony

New 12Mpix mobile camera module from Sony

Sony has announced today three Exmor (CMOS) camera modules for future mobile phones, including at 5, 8 and 12 Mpix ones. Besides high-res photos, all three will also be able to shoot Full HD video. NICE!

It should be noted that the 12Mpix module won't be available until March 2009. Well, we can wait. Hopefully there won't be any delays.

[Continue reading New 12Mpix mobile camera module from Sony]

 

08 Nov 2008

12-20 Megapixel Phones by 2012?

12-20 Megapixel Phones by 2012?

According to the recent reports on the Web, we'll probably see 12-20 megapixel cameraphones before 2012. Such handsets will be able to capture full HD videos with WXGA resolution. But that's a matter of 3-4 years... Right now we continue to drool on those fancy 8Mpix monsters that have appeared lately.

[Continue reading 12-20 Megapixel Phones by 2012?]

 
02 Oct 2008

Sony Ericsson to Release 12Mpix CyberShot Phone?

Sony Ericsson to Release 12Mpix CyberShot Phone?

SEMC Blog is the source of a new rumor regarding an upcoming Sony Ericsson Cybershot phone that will supposedly have a 12.1Mpix camera. According to SEMC, the phone will be announced in Q3 2009, and released in Q4 2009. The rumor is pretty much baseless so far, but we're already familiar with several 8Mpix smartphones, so I guess it's ok to believe that a 12Mpix one is coming next.

[Continue reading Sony Ericsson to Release 12Mpix CyberShot Phone?]

 

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