Samsung Announces 12 Megapixel Phone
Jun 1, 2009, 7:24 AM by Eric M. Zeman
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It will probably take nice pictures?
and shots still probably won't look as a decent as a good point and shoot
is it just me, or does increasing the pixel count on cellphone cameras only result in larger not-so-great pictures? i mean, some of them do take decent shots. but it seems like even the ultra large megapixel cell