Sprint First With Megapixel Camera Phone
Jul 8, 2004, 8:29 AM by (staff)
Sprint today announced availability of the Audiovox PM-8920, the first megapixel-resolution camera phone released in the United States. The 1.3 megapixel camera is complemented by an LED flash and a macro switch for close-up shots. Dual TFT displays each support 260,000 colors. The PM-8920 is manufactured by Curitel, distributed by Audiovox, and branded by Sprint. The phone is available now for $150 after rebates.
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VERIZON IS 1st WITH MP PHONE
VGA is 640 x 480 pixels, which works out to 0.3 "megapixels".
Where can you get this phone?
The link on Sprint's website still does not work. Hopefully I can play with one soon
Well, I was excited until I saw the word "Curitel".
No kidding. How I long for the days of the Toshiba-built Audiovox phones. At least they were reliable. The Thera was cool.