Posted on Sunday, May 15 2005 @ 17:04 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sprint and Samsung started offering the first 2 megapixel Samsung MM-A800 camera phone in the U.S. last week. The slider cell phone allows users to capture two-megapixel still images and VGA-quality videos. It also support digital music files and text messaging with voice commands and dictation.
The MM-A800 has auto focus, 2.5x digital zoom, flash, color adjustments, fun frames and multishots. Pictures and other files can be stored on a memory card, a 32MB TransFLASH memory card is included.
The 4.26-ounce MM-A800 by Samsung features 3D graphics and a vibrant QVGA-resolution 1.22" x 1.59" TFT LCD screen. The 262,000-color screen with its 240 x 320 resolution level provides sharp detail of objects when viewing videos, high-resolution photos, games and other images on the phone.
The MM-A800 by Samsung is available for a suggested retail price of $499.99 or $349.99 after rebate at third-party retailers and online at Sprint