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Samsung Innovation?? 5MP phone by 2006??


Jan 6, 2006, 1:30 AM
CES 2005 sparked the unveiling of the SPH-A800, the US's first 2MP cameraphone.

Where is the innovation this year? Already released Samsung SPH-A900/SGH-T809? A Cingular look-alike (D807). Is the biggest announcement they have a WiFi phone for T-Mobile with no Bluetooth/QVGA? What is this?

I doubt that the yet to be reviewed A930 will be anything more than a Verizon A900 with MicroSD.

Where is the 5MP that Samsung promised by years end 05'? Now THERE'S a question to ask the floor reps Rich....

All in all, this years CES, for Samsung, did not spark the same excitement of 2005. None of these "SLIM" phones make me want to dump my year old now MM-A800- in fact, they really make me realize that 2005 just *might* have been the year o...
Rich Brome

Jan 7, 2006, 10:02 PM
I asked about the 5 megapixel phone they promised last year.

An employee I know and trust said they designed it and pitched it to the carriers, but carriers turned it down. Carriers simply don't believe the demand is there for camera phones with that high resolution.

Jan 8, 2006, 1:09 AM
Very interesting...Thank you.

Jan 12, 2006, 2:05 PM
Did they spawn that idea into something else ??? like a 3 MP phone or some variation that we might look forward too in the very near future ?

Jan 12, 2006, 2:09 PM
Who the heck is this and what happened to the real tuolumne!!!!?

I mean the guy who gets an allegic reaction when he says one negative thing about Samsung. Razz

Jan 13, 2006, 1:54 AM
I myself can't wait for the MM-A960.

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