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Samsung Reveals Yet Another 8MP Camera Phone

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Samsung Reveals Yet Another 8MP Camera PhoneFive megapixel camera phones are now becoming passé. The new "in" is 8 megapixel and the competition is getting extremely fierce. LG has two phones with 8MP cameras and a bunch of other features, Sony Ericsson has their C905 and Samsung already has the i8510 INNOV8 slider, but it seems that was just not enough. Samsung has revealed the next 8MP model - the M8800 - but reports are a bit unclear as to its name. It’s either Bresson or Pixon.

The handset looks like it's an upgrade to the Omnia with a similar 3.2-inch touch screen display incorporating a 240 x 400 pixel resolution. However, other reports mention that the M8800 will be running on Samsung's proprietary OS and not Windows Mobile. Other features include 3G with HSDPA, EDGE, Bluetooth with A2DP and of course USB connectivity. It will also feature built-in GPS functionality and automatic screen rotation, microSD card support for external memory (no word on internal memory yet), a media player with DivX support for video and an FM radio.

Apparently this handset will also have handwriting recognition. Does this mean it will have a stylus? We'll have to wait and see.

Samsung Reveals Yet Another 8MP Camera PhoneThis 8 megapixel, auto-focus camera phone will feature settings that include face recognition with smile detection and blink detection, Geotagging and 30 fps video recording in VGA resolution. It will also include WDR which is wide dynamic range and advanced shake reduction.

There’s no official word on a release date and hence no official pricing, but some reports are saying it could be out by November with an approximate price of about Rs. 37,000 ($800).

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