Samsung Unveils 7-Megapixel Camera Phone
Mar 9, 2005, 10:08 AM by (staff)
At the CeBIT show in Germany this week, Samsung is introducing the world's first camera phone with 7-megapixel resolution. The SCH-V770, intended only for Korea, comes only six months after the introduction of the world's first 5-megapixel model, also from Samsung. The V770 includes several other camera phone firsts, such as aperture-priority, shutter-priority, and full-manual modes. Attachable lenses are available, in addition to the built-in 3x optical zoom. The phone also includes a QVGA display and can record video at QVGA resolution. As a phone, the V770 works on CDMA EV-DO networks, and includes MP3 player, TV output, and an MMCmicro memory card slot.
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