Audiovox Announces New Camera Phone
Jan 9, 2004, 2:35 PM by (staff)
UPDATED Audiovox on Friday announced the CDM-8910, a new CDMA phone with VGA camera and flash. Additional features include speakerphone and Java or BREW (carrier-dependent). Audiovox has retracted its initial press release which incorrectly stated the CDM-8910 included a megapixel camera.
1. Audiovox issued a press release saying that the 8910 was a 1.3 megapixel camera phone. I have the actual paper copy I picked up in the press room at CES, which is quite clear about it.
2. I talked with several top Audiovox reps multiple times at CES, each time talking about the 8910 being a megapixel phone. Again, everyone was quite clear about it.
3. Audiovox on Tuesday informed me that they had made a mistake, and the 8910 was, in fact, not a megapixel camera phone. Then there was even more confusion... and finally, once I was satisfied that I had the real (new) info, i updated the article as you now see it.
But don't despair, there is still a megapixel phone in the wor...
More CDM-8910 info?
any pictures of it?
I looked on the Audiovox web site site, and
there is no mention of it in the Press Releases.
Also, nothing comes up when doing a Google
of the phone on here.
fyi: try a google news search (instead of standard web search) for better results. the phone was only announced at CES today...
New info 8910
Verizon and the Long Wait
If i had to bet
Ahh..Verizon..my friend, my enemy
Audiovox's Press Release...
is crap compared to the 9900!
http://www.corporate-ir.net/ireye/ir_site.zhtml?tick ... »
"The handset will give users the option to send and receive photos right from their wireless phone. Weighing just 3.2 ounces and measuring 3.5 x 1.9 x .9 in the tri-mode (800 MHz mps/CDMA, 1900 MHz PCS), CDMA2000 1X Capable (system dependent) features the MSM6100 Chipset and is GPSOne(TM) Capable (E911 Phase2 Supported), also system dependent.
The full color handset has dual LCD displays with a main 260K TFT 1.8" LCD display (128x 60) and sub 260K TFT 1" LCD Display (96x 64) as well as a built-in two-way speakerphone, a built-in CMOS 1.3M Pixel with Macro Function...