Video Tour: Samsung FlipShot
Dec 26, 2007, 10:19 PM by Eric Lin
Verizon's FlipShot sets the bar high with an impressive 3 MP autofocus camera. The other features have a hard time living up to such high expectations.
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You can watch as we show you the FlipShot and what it's like to take a picture with this high-end cameraphone. While new software makes taking a good picture easy, viewing your masterpiece isn't as fast or fun. Take a tour of the phone and its features here:
or visit YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
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This sorry excuse for a phone is no different than my LG VX8700
The phones are so cheap...you guys should take a page or 20 from Sprint and Nextel. Get good durable phones with buttons you can actually press and speakers that don't sound like ****. We're taking all 5 of our numbers to Sprint after our contract is up with Verizon. I can't stand feeling like I'm being suffocated by my carrier. I cant do this and I can't do that. I have to buy this to use that. I cant even send pictures to my phone or ringtones I made on my computer because VERIZON is so damn GREEDY! Also...your service sucks balls. ANYONE THINKING OF GETTING VERIZ...