when will this megapixel camera trend stop?! The fact is, that 12MP cameraphone is worse than a 3MP traditional camera. Nobody is going to take professional pictures with a phone and nobody will print out a 5630x3210 or whatever rediculous resolution it has in crappy quality. Sometimes I think all these companies are losing sight of what's at stake and now it has turn into an arms race of who can pack in more megapixel on a PHONE.
This is a great phone! If you like taking pictures with your phone, I believe this is the phone for you. And it has apperture settings! I've been looking for that in a cameraphone. Great!!!!
how much is the phone,?
can you help me if how much would be the price fo that kind of phone,
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2009no 3G = no buywith this phone.
you should think you wanna buy the camera.
and the phone is the bonus.
z, 03 Aug 2009im still waiting for a DSLR camera phoneI'm waiting for phone with laser printer.
GSMArena please check your spelling lol you put annonimus instead of anonymous.
This is a good example of a camera first-phone second device. I'm glad that at least there are other devices out there on the other side of the spectrum.
Dave, 03 Aug 2009Video in motion JPEG? Thats utterly useless, and generally makes for larger images than say x... morecan you explain me why the top line Canon use CCD than?
CCD and CMOS dont have much different
i have a nikon dslr which is cmos and compared with my friend's ccd dslr. no different.
wow this was sounding good until the vga recording was mentioned. it has a nice simple looking design though
this phone i guess is a prototype phone to test the market share...
im sure this design is very similar to SE cybershoot phone
You could probably pick one of these up on eBay, but I'd advise caution, I got a G-Cam phone (the first 5MP xenon flash camphone from Taiwan) & while a neat little handset, I obviously had no internet, new games to download, etc.
Video in motion JPEG? Thats utterly useless, and generally makes for larger images than say x264/MP4.
Anonymous - why should it be so good that it uses CCD? Top end SLRs have been using CMOS for years, which implies that CMOS > CCD.