Samsung reinforces its technology leadership by launching the world’s first 10 megapixel mobile phone (model: SCH-B600) in Korean market. Samsung’s 10 megapixel camera phone (SCH-B600) is 6mm thinner and 10g lighter than the 7 megapixel camera phone (SCH-V770) and sets itself apart from its previous megapixel camera phones by combining mobile TV capability in Satellite standard. Unlike other camera phones which perform only basic functions the B600 includes most of the functions which you will find in a modern digital camera. It includes a LED autofocus feature which assists users to capture clear photos even in dark settings along with 3x optical zoom and 5x digital zoom. Also supported is white balance, manual focus, continuous picture-taking, and interval picture-taking functions. Video recording is done in QVGA resolution at 15-30 frames per second. The B600 has a 2.3” photo-fine chromic LCD capable of displaying 16 million colors, virtually any color found in nature, earning it the “True Color” appellation. Moving pictures can be recorded in QVGA resolution at 15-30 frames per second.. The phone has 80 MB of internal memory which can be expanded further via the Micro MMC card slot. Other features include Bluetooth, USB, Media player and DMB for watching TV on the move. The B600 comes with a design reminiscent of a real digital camera. The front is designed as a bar-type mobile phone, while the back side is used as the digital camera.
Currently for sale in Korea only the Samung SCH-B600 is available for 900,000 won (about $ 900). The candy bar phone measures 126 x 53 x 20.4 mm weighs 173 grams and is available in Black.
For more info visit Samsung.
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
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