5MP in 2005!... Okay I'm weirded out at that.
But, then again, some phones with 5MP cameras take really ABYSMAL photos (for what you'd expect for 5MP), like the Nokia X2-00 for example.
JD, 30 Oct 2010Worse built phone ever! It was very flimsy and turned to dust less than a week after I bought ... morePerhaps the model you got was secondhand... or factory second..
possibly. possibly. maybe not.
who builds a ph with a 5mp camera and tv-out bt not bluetooth, wifi...just a usb...not even infrared!!!...
Worse built phone ever! It was very flimsy and turned to dust less than a week after I bought it.... I felt conned by this phone! I will NEVER buy from gigabyte again! Amazing specs on paper, great to use if not awkward and worse built phone ever! Stuck together with blue-tac =0/
Bought it... Sold it
Pile of Cr*p!
Camera states 5mp, you must use a tripod as if you move the phone slightly when taking a pic it will blur to hell!!!
i think gigabyte has done a pretty good job pioneering 5MP cameras by 2005. Im pretty sure CIF to 1.3MP cameras were common back three years ago.
I dont like the way it looks, but it has a good cam quality. Not good for sms, IMing.
Read the specs, the "no's" are mostly just in the data category. If you weren't to buy this, it'd be for the hideous design.
Guys i am planning to buy this phone can anybody plz send me the latest price of this phone and ur openions abt this phone is it gud or bad?????
the camera is good? the quality...
or you think is better buy a se k550?
i don't need 5mp...but its amazing...
i want to buy a cellphone with a good camera (principal), lens quality, and good features
This phone is cheap, got it off ebay for around 300$ brand new. Camera is good, but the display was simply horrible! The functions aren't that great neither. However, for the price, its worth it. I sold this phone and bought a N93i n loving it:p
It's not a digicam, the photo quality is far worse than a digicam... 5mp tyo 7mp means that a 5mp photo size is stretched to 7mp i think, which reduces quality greatly.