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November 30, 2006

Motorola RAZR V3m Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Motorola RAZR V3m and has this to say about the phone's camera: "The 1.3-megapixel camera lets you take pictures in three resolutions (Verizon's Razr V3m had five choices); you also can choose from three color effects, a...
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T-Mobile Dash Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview has a review of the T-Mobile Dash and writes about the smartphone's camera: "We generally haven't been fans of HTC's cameras which lagged behind the feature phone competition. The Cingular 8525's 2MP camera is an exception and it takes...
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Palm Treo 680 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Palm Treo 680 and is disappointed that the smartphone only sports a VGA camera: "Much to our disappointment, the Treo 680 is only equipped with a VGA camera, rather than a megapixel camera. When we asked Palm...
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Bang & Olufsen Serene Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Bang & Olufsen Serene and writes about the phone's VGA camera: "The Serene also comes with a basic VGA camera with fairly lackluster settings. Camera settings include three resolutions (640x480, 320x240, 160x120), four quality settings (superfine, fine,...
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Samsung SPH-M610 Review - Infosync

Infosync has a review of the Samsung SPH-M610 and finds the phone's camera to be mediocre: "Overall, the M610 might be better off without a camera. Image quality was average for camera phones, which is to say not that good....
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Samsung SGH-i320 Review - ITReviews

ITReviews reviews the Samsung SGH-i320 and talks about the phone's camera and storage: "There is a 1.3-megapixel camera with a tiny flash sitting on the back of the casing. We've seen a lot better in Smartphones, but if all you...
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November 29, 2006

Palm Treo 680 Review - LaptopMag

LaptopMag reviews the Palm Treo 680 and has this to say about the phone's camera: "The VGA camera isn't as sharp as the 1.3-megapixel cameras found on competing smart phones, but at least the shutter speed is fast enough to...
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Pantech 7075

The Pantech 7075 is a basic midrange flipphone sporting a VGA camera as well as the following features: * 800 / 1900Mhz CDMA * analog radio * speakerphone Via EngadgetMobile.Technorati Tags: panctech 7075, panctech camera phone...
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Samsung BlackJack SGH-i607 Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview reviews the Samsung BlackJack SGH-i607 and writes about the phone's camera: "The BlackJack's photos are colorful, bright and fairly color accurate (none of that purple color cast found in the Dash). It does reasonably well for a flash-less camera...
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Samsung SPH-M610 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Samsung SPH-M610 and writes, "The SPH-M610's 2-megapixel camera takes pictures in five resolutions from 1,600x1200 down to 320x240. Other camera features include three quality settings, brightness and white balance controls, a spot metering multishot mode, a self-timer,...
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Sony Ericsson W850i Review - Pocket-lint

Pocket-lint reviews the Sony Ericsson W850i and writes, "Inside and it's business as usual with the main focus being on the phone's music capabilities rather than the array of multimedia features like a 2 megapixel digital camera that it offers....
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November 28, 2006

Samsung M610

LaptopMag reviews the Samsung M610 and has this to say about the phone's camera: "We love the large 2.2-inch QVGA screen, which is the same size display found on the Samsung A900M. It's great for showing off pictures you take...
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Sagem My600v Review - Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews reviews the Sagem My600v and has this to say about the phone's camera: "As for picture quality, the my600v makes no pretensions to become your only digital photography device: its camera shoots stills at just two resolutions, 320...
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Sony Ericsson W850 Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn has a review of the Sony Ericsson W850 and concludes, "To sum up, the W850 is a pretty good all-round device. It manages to live up to the Walkman brand it bares. The full browser, long list of PIM...
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LG VX9900 enV

The LG VX9900 enV flip phone sports a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto-focus, as well as the following features: * QWERTY keypad * EV-Do * V CAST, VZ Navigator and Wireless Sync compatibility * Bluetooth * dual speakers * microSD...
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November 27, 2006

LG VX8600 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the LG VX8600 and writes about the phone's camera: "The VX8600 comes packed with a 1.3-megapixel camera with 8x zoom that also doubles as a camcorder with 4x zoom. It comes with a slew of options that allow...
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Helio Drift

The Helio Drift comes with integrated GPS and ships with Google Maps. It sports a 2.0 megapixel phone, as well as the following features: * 2.12-inch display * stereo Bluetooth * Buddy Beacon * 128MB memory * microSD expansion Via...
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Samsung Ultra Edition 9.9

CNET Asia reviews the Samsung Ultra Edition 9.9 and writes about the phone's camera: "The 2-megapixel camera shoots relatively sharp photos that are good enough for small prints, but is hampered by the lack of a photolight. So don't bother...
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Kyocera K323

The Kyocera K323 is a basic clamshell featuring a VGA camera, as well as the following features: * all-digital dual band raidio * 65k inside color screen * speakerphone * Bluetooth * VZnavigator support Via EngadgetMobile....
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i-mate JAQ3

The i-mate JAQ3 sports a 2.0 megapixel camera, as well as the following features: * GSM / EDGE, quad band * 64MB RAM * 128MB ROM * 2.4" color TFT LCD touch screen display * 802.11 b/g Source. Via EngadgetMobile....
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November 26, 2006

Nokia N93 Review - Gadgetell

Gadgetell reviews the Nokia N93 and has this to say about the phone's camera: "This phone can easily take place of your mp3 player video camera and digital camera. Clearly my favorite feature was the video camera mode and I...
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Samsung D900 Review - ShinyShiny

ShinyShiny reviews the Samsung D900 and writes about the phone's camera: "The camera is a key point on this phone - it's the best available on this design of phone. However, despite offering 3 megapixels, it loses against the competition...
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Nokia 5300 XPressMusic Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic and is not too impressed with the phone's camera: "The camera on the 5300 is just a 1.3 megapixel CMOS unit, which is slightly below average nowadays. Photos can be taken up to 1024x768...
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Motorola i880 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Motorola i880 and writes, "The 2-megapixel camera, the highest resolution on a Nextel phone, takes average-quality pictures, and lags between shots and zoom levels by a couple of seconds. TeleNav comes preloaded, taking advantage of onboard GPS....
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LG VX8600 Chocolate

The LG VX8600 Chocolate phone is a flip-version Chocolate phone. It sports a 1.3 megapixel camera as well as the following features: * touch-sensitive buttons * support for Verizon's V-Cast service * Bluetooth * microSD card slot * dedicated music...
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Samsung SGH-i607 BlackJack Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Samsung SGH-i607 and writes about the phone's battery performance and its camera: "The BlackJack's battery life is going to appall anyone used to EDGE phones, but it's par for the course for a 3G device. Continuous talk...
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November 25, 2006

Samsung SGH-i607 Blackjack Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Samsung SGH-i607 Blackjack and writes, "We enjoyed typing on the large, comfortable keys, and while the phone failed to register about one percent of our keystrokes, this was only during our most frantic typing. Instant messaging through...
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Palm Treo 680 Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Palm Treo 680 and talks about the phone's camera: "In a world of one- and two-megapixel cameraphones, the handset's VGA camera can't possibly impress. Low-light photos are more sensitive and less contrasty than on the 650, but...
Posted by BJ at 12:09 PM | TrackBack

Palm Treo 680 Review - MyTreo.net

MyTreo.net reviews the Palm Treo 680 and writes, "User storage for the 680 is listed as 64 MB instead of the 60 MB listed for the Treo 700p. When I selected Info from the launcher program it showed a maximum...
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Nokia 8800 Sirocco Review - SiliconRepublic

SiliconRepublic reviews the Nokia 8800 Sirocco and writes, "Technologically it is up to date as opposed to breaking fantastic new ground. It comes with a two-megapixel camera and has 128MB of internal memory and does all the good Nokia stuff...
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November 24, 2006

Sony Ericsson K800i Review - Lordpercy

Lordpercy reviews the Sony Ericsson K800i and writes about the phone's camera: " Featuring the iconic CyberShot brand, the Sony Ericsson K800i has a camera that is simply extraordinary. Never before has anything like this been seen on a mobile...
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November 23, 2006

LG KG810 Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the LG KG810 and writes, "Similar to the recently reviewed KG320, the camera takes around three seconds to activate, and the shutter lag is a terrible three seconds as well, which completely destroys any notion of using the...
Posted by BJ at 11:33 AM | TrackBack

Motorola SLVR L7e Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Motorola SLVR L7e and writes about the phone's camera: "The Slvr L7e's 1.3-megapixel camera is a marked improvement over the Slvr L7's VGA shooter. There's 8x digital zoom and you can take pictures with four resolutions (1280x960,...
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Samsung Blackjack (i607) Review - PhoneScoop

PhoneScoop reviews the Samsung Blackjack and writes, "On the back of the unit, the camera and loud speaker bulge out slightly at the top, which seems unnecessary for a simple 1.3 Megapixel shooter. However this doesn't seem to hamper how...
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November 22, 2006

Motorola MING Review - CNET Asia

CNET Asia reviews the Motorola MING and writes about the smartphone's camera: "The onboard 2-megapixel CMOS camera captures images at a maximum resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 pixels, which is theoretically good for printing 8R photos. You also get a...
Posted by BJ at 05:16 AM | TrackBack

E-TEN M700 glofiish

EngadgetMobile reports on the E-TEN M700 glofiish, which will apparently sport a 2.0 megapixel camera as well as the following features: * quad-band GSM with EDGE * 128MB ROM * 64MB RAM * 802.11g WiFi * Bluetooth 2.0 * SiRFStar...
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E-TEN X500 glofiish Review - PocketNow

PocketNow reviews the E-TEN X500 glofiish and has this to say about the phone's camera: "Overall, I think the added functionality of the camera was overkill. The device became very laggy when I tried to adjust various settings. Cameras on...
Posted by BJ at 04:55 AM | TrackBack

Samsung SGH-A707 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Samsung SGH-A707 and writes about the phone's camera: "The 2-megapixel camera on the A707 feels more like an afterthought. Though the camera packs a higher resolution than most phones in its class, our snapshots looked blurry, colors...
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November 21, 2006

Samsung SGH-Z540 Review - CNET Asia

CNET Asia reviews the Samsung SGH-Z540 and writes, "While you are unlikely to get prints beyond 4R size with the onboard camera, the image quality of the shots we captured were generally sharp. The low-light shots, while slightly pixelated, turned...
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November 20, 2006

Samsung D900 Review - MobileChoice

MobileChoice reviews the Samsung D900 and writes, "One strong feature of the Samsung D900 is its three-megapixel camera with auto-focus, which brings the slider into the elite range of high-resolution camera phones, including the LG KG920, the Nokia N93 and...
Posted by BJ at 12:52 PM | TrackBack

HTC Artemis P3300 Review - PocketNow

PocketNow reviews the HTC Artemis P3300 and writes, "The P3300 comes with a 2 megapixel built-in camera. It does not have a macro mode like the JAMin or a flash like the K-JAM, but it works. ... The new camera...
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Cingular 3125 Review - CrunchGear

CrunchGear reviews the Cingular 3125 and writes, "The 1.3-megapixel camera works well with the built-in messaging apps, attaching a photograph after taking it is automatically an option when previewing the picture. The photos themselves look crisp, and are stored on...
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Nokia N93 Review - PDAStreet

PDAStreet reviews the Nokia N93 and writes, "The N93 packs an impressive camera, a 3.2 megapixel with 3x optical zoom and 8x digital zoom, capable of shooting photos at 2048 by 1536 pixel resolution and VGA video (640 by 480...
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November 19, 2006

Nokia 8800 Sirocco Review - ElectricNews.net

ElectricNews.net reviews the Nokia 8800 Sirocco and writes, "This handset has all the usual Nokia features, and in terms of quality the 8800 is only concerned with functioning as a telephone. (And being beautiful.) For example, the headset only has...
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BlackBerry Pearl Review - Brighthand

Brighthand reviews the BlackBerry Pearl and writes, "The Pearl's [camera] is fairly average, which means it's good enough to take casual pictures, but don't expect these to be really high quality. ... The Pearl is one of the few cameraphones...
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Nokia 5500 Sport Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the Nokia 5500 Sport and writes, "The 5500 comes with a decent camera fitted with a 2MP CMOS module. The camera interface is similar to that on older Sony Ericsson phones: the tab on top allows you to...
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November 18, 2006

Sagem my600v Review - 3G

3G reviews the Sagem my600v and writes, "That camera is another aspect of this handset which is below par. It shoots both stills and video and has several filters: normal, grey scale, sepia, negative and solarization. It also has automatic...
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November 17, 2006

Sony Ericsson W850i Review - PCAuthority

PCAuthority reviews the Sony Ericsson W850i and writes, "The 2 megapixel camera takes decent photos in most lighting conditions thanks to the LED flash, although there is no cover for the lens, so debris will slowly build up around its...
Posted by BJ at 11:18 AM | TrackBack

Samsung SGH-D900 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Samsung SGH-D900 and writes, "We were very pleased with the 3.0-megapixel camera. Not only are the images excellent, but also we really like the camera's user interface. All of the buttons on the keypad--even alphanumeric keys--can be...
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Cingular 8525 Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview reviews the Cingular 8525 and writes, "How we've waited to say this about a smartphone camera-- it's quite good. Feature phones and Nokia smartphones have beaten the pants off of PDA and smartphone cameras, but the Cingular 8525 and...
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Dopod C720W

CNET reviews the Dopod C720W and writes about the phone's camera: "The camera is one area where we really struggled with the interface, as it's not clear which buttons to press to access certain camera functions. For example, the zoom...
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November 16, 2006

LG KG920 Review - CNET Asia

CNET Asia reviews the LG KG920 and writes, "Our pictures taken in the day with the KG920 turned out surprisingly well, though the shots sometimes were overexposed causing a loss of detail in the highlights. Unlike most camera-phones which use...
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Nokia N73 Review - PCAuthority

PCAuthority reviews the Nokia N73 and writes, "Although the camera can deliver some beautiful and vivid pictures in good light, the low light performance isn’t anywhere near as good as the Sony Ericsson K800i, which uses a xenon flash. The...
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Samsung Trace t519 Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview reviews the Samsung Trace t519 and writes, "The Samsung Trace has an integrated 1.3 megapixel CMOS camera that also takes video with audio. The image quality is on par with other1.3MP camera phones. The photos are reasonably color saturated...
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Samsung SPH-M500 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Samsung SPH-M500 and writes, "The m500's 1.3-megapixel camera isn't spectacular, but takes average photos and features many ways to get your pictures to your pals, including MMS, Bluetooth, and PictBridge. Image clarity is decent, as is the...
Posted by BJ at 02:26 PM | TrackBack

Motorola KRZR K1 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Motorola KRZR K1 and writes, "Though we're not really sure why, Motorola chose to bump up the K1's camera to 2 megapixels over the 1.3-megapixel shooter on the CDMA K1m. You can take pictures in just four...
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November 15, 2006

Motorola KRZR K1m Review - Mobiledia

Mobiledia reviews the Motorola KRZR K1m and writes, "For those who often bemoan the lack of a phone that can quack like a duck upon snapping a photo, the KRZR's camera steps up to the plate with four shutter sounds:...
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HP iPAQ hw6925

HP iPAQ hw6925 Reviews CNET reviews the HP iPAQ hw6925 and writes, "There are a couple of cool things about the iPaq's camera: First, HP kindly includes a photo management app, called HP Photosmart Mobile, where you can view your...
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Sony Ericsson W810i Review - CNET Asia

CNET Asia reviews the Sony Ericsson W810i and writes, "The 2-megapixel camera shoots pictures in only three sizes: 1,632 x 1,224, 640 x 480, and 160 x 120. We'd like more size options but that's just a minor gripe. For...
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Samsung i607 (BlackJack)

Cingular announces the Samsung i607 (BlackJack), a smartphone sporting a 1.3 megapixel camera as well as the following features: * GSM with EDGE / UMTS / HSDPA * QVGA display * Cingular Music and Cingular Video support * Bluetooth 2.0...
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Pantech U4000

The Pantech U4000 is a black slider sporting a 1.3 megapixel primary camera and a VGA secondary camera, as well as the following features: * 220 x 176 display * Bluetooth * 30MB storage * microSD expansion Via EngadgetMobile....
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Nokia 5500 Review - Lordpercy

Lordpercy reviews the Nokia 5500 and writes, "Size wise, the 5500 is a mere 107 x 45 x 18 mm and weighs 103g, so pretty much average. However if you take into consideration all of the above, and the fact...
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Samsung SGH-D830 Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the Samsung SGH-D830 and writes, "The camera on the Samsung SGH-D830 appears to be the same as that on the X820 - a 2MP CMOS fixed focus module. The maximum resolution supported is 1200 x 1600 pixels. Users...
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November 13, 2006

Samsung SGH-A707 Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Samsung SGH-A707 and writes, "Photos taken with the 2MP camera were sharp, but dark; however, videos shot at 176- by 144-pixel resolution and 15 frames per second were actually pretty smooth. There's no time limit on videos,...
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Nokia 5500 Sport Review - Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews reviews the Nokia 5500 Sport and writes, "Additionally, there’s an FM radio and of course a camera. Its flash-less and lacks a self portrait mirror. It coped better outdoors than in, with indoor shots decidedly lacklustre. In the...
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Orange SPV M600 Review - Pocket-lint

Pocket-lint reviews the Orange SPV M600 and writes, "Orange has of course customised the phone to its own interface and this sits neatly on top of the OS. Alongside some changes to the home page, the operator has added a...
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November 12, 2006

Cingular 8525 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Cingular 8525 and writes, "The phone includes a microSD slot, conveniently located on the side of the device, as well as a 2-megapixel camera. The camera was average for a phone, with no autofocus, though it does...
Posted by BJ at 11:49 AM | TrackBack

November 11, 2006

Motorola i880

Motorola Press Release Motorola and Sprint today announced the availability of the i880 by Motorola -- an all-in-one multimedia and productivity- enhancing wireless phone. As the first iDEN(R) handset with a 2.0 megapixel camera, the attractive i880 by Motorola provides...
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Samsung SPH-M500 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Samsung SPH-M500 and writes, "The SPH-M500's 1.3-megapixel camera also shows some differences from the SGH-T619. The 1.3-megapixel camera allows you to take pictures in four resolutions (1,280x960, 640x480, 320x240, and 176x220) as opposed to six on the...
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Cingular 8525 Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Cingular 8525 and writes, "The 8525's 2-megapixel camera isn't great, but at least it's higher-res than previous models. It has a macro switch and a weak LED flash, and takes pretty dark photos with some visible compression...
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Palm Treo 750v Review - ITWeek

ITWeek reviews the Palm Treo 750v and writes, "Although there are many Windows Mobile 5.0 handsets, Palm has customised the user interface of the Treo 750v to make key functions easy to access. ... The Treo is narrower than a...
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Nokia N93 Review - LetsGoDigital

Let'sGoDigital reviews the Nokia N93 and writes, "When the screen is turned into the camera mode the Nokia N93 looks a little like a digital camcorder. The digital camera is activated automatically at the same instant. When you turn the...
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November 09, 2006

Cingular 8525 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Cingular 8525 and writes, "The 8525 features an upgraded camera over its predecessor. While the Cingular 8125 sported a 1.3-megapixel lens, the 8525 bumps it up to 2 megapixels and offers eight capture modes: photo, video, MMS...
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Palm Treo 750v Review - SiliconRepublic

SiliconRepublic reviews the Palm Treo 750v and writes, "I think Palm traditionalists will get over their initial culture shocks in no time. The device is a 3G-enabled phone – ideal for net surfing – and features Bluetooth, a Windows Media...
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Sony Ericsson W850i Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Sony Ericsson W850i and writes, "Though it has a 2-megapixel camera, the W810i takes pictures in just three sizes: 1,632x1,224, 640x480, and 160x120. As with the company's other 2-megapixel shooters, we were hoping for more choices. That...
Posted by BJ at 11:21 AM | TrackBack

Samsung SPH-M8100

The Samsung SPH-M8100 Mobile WiMAX slider sports two cameras: a 2 megapixel main camera, and a 0.3 megapixel camera for video conferences. Other features include: * Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC edition * 2.8-inch 65k color, 240 x 320 touch...
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Sprint Announces Motorola MOTOSLVR L7c

Sprint Press Release MOTOSLVR L7c is both Motorola's first CDMA SLVR handset and Sprint's first candy bar style high-speed EVDO consumer phone. The attractive MOTOSLVR L7c operates on Sprint's Power Vision(SM) Network enabling downloads of the latest news, music and...
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Samsung SGH-D900 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Samsung SGH-D900 and writes, " The Samsung SGH-D900 features a 3-megapixel camera capable of very good images, if you can hold it very still. Unlike most digital cameras that let you focus by pressing the shutter release...
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November 08, 2006

Nokia N73 Review - ComputerActive

ComputerActive reviews the Nokia N73 and writes, "The 3.2megapixel camera is safely hidden away behind a large sliding cover - although this can slide open in the pocket, draining the battery. The phone has a Carl Zeiss lens and autofocus,...
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Nokia 6133 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Nokia 6133 and writes, "Call quality on the 6133 was a bit disappointing, and depended heavily on reception. Our calls sounded great when we had solid reception, but in spotty areas our calls were plagued by static....
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Pantech P205 for Disney Mobile

The Pantech P205 for Disney Mobile is a flip phone featuring a VGA camera, as well as the following: * Bluetooth * speakerphone * usage manager * dimensions: 3.4 by 1.9 by 0.9 inches * weight: 3.6 ounces Via Infosync....
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Motorola RAZR V3i Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Motorola RAZR V3i and writes, "Though it won't satisfy true iPod lovers, the iTunes-powered Motorola RAZR V3i makes for a better-than-average music phone, with the best music management software for any music-oriented handset (which, we realize, isn't...
Posted by BJ at 03:34 PM | TrackBack

Virgin Mobile Lobster 700TV Review - ITReviews

ITReviews reviews the Virgin Mobile Lobster 700TV and writes, "The mention of Pocket Internet Explorer above might have given away to you the fact that this is a Windows Mobile device. Its is a Windows Mobile Smartphone to be precise,...
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Cingular 8525

The Cingular 8525 sports a 2 megapixel camera as well as the following features: * display: 320 x 240 resolution, 65k color TFT LCD * microSD memory expansion * Bluetooth * GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA * music player Excerpt from...
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November 07, 2006

Kyocera Cyclops Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Kyocera Cyclops and writes, "The Kyocera Cyclops' eye-popping (sorry, we couldn't resist) look makes it a solid choice for younger chatters who just need a basic calling phone. The clamshell's reliable call quality won't disappoint, and the...
Posted by BJ at 03:37 PM | TrackBack

Sony Ericsson W300i Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Sony Ericsson W300i and writes, "VGA cameras like the one on the W300i are basically novelties nowadays; anyone serious about camera phone use gets a 1.3-megapixel model. That said, the W300i's camera takes slightly grainy, overexposed shots...
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Sprint Power Vision M500 by Samsung

PCMag has a review of the Samsung M500 and writes, "The 1.3MP camera is only average; photos taken with it have a good color balance but also fuzzy edges and a tendency to be washed out in bright areas. The...
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Motorola MOTOKRZR K1 Review - Pocket-lint

Pocket-lint reviews the Motorola MOTOKRZR K1 and writes, "If you are looking for a phone that is just that, then like the RAZR this will fit the bill nicely. The 2 megapixel camera will easily offer most snappers decent enough...
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Samsung D900 Review - Vnunet

Vnunet reviews the Samsung D900 and writes, "The camera is an impressive 3megapixel model, and it’s mounted behind the slider, so it's protected when the handset is closed. Of course, you can shoot video, too, and output it all to...
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Nokia 8800/8801 Review - OSNews

OSNews reviews the Nokia 8800/8801 and writes, "The slickest feature of this phone is not its camera, not its memory card slots, not its reception, not its ease-of-use, not its whatever-feature-they've-come-up-with-now, no; this phone's best feature is its all-steel casing....
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November 06, 2006

Samsung SGH-D830 Review - TrustedReviews

TrustedReviews reviews the Samsung SGH-D830 and writes, "Of course there is a camera. With no shortcut button on the phone casing you can only turn the camera on via the handset menu and the task requires two key presses. The...
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November 05, 2006

BlackBerry Pearl Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the BlackBerry Pearl and writes, "The Pearl's camera is also short on options, but workable overall. Settings are limited to white balance, resolution, and JPEG quality. The digital zoom works at 1x, 3x, and 5x only, which seems...
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Samsung E570 ("Le Fleur")

The Samsung E570 is a pink phone sporting a 1.3 megapixel camera. Other features include: * tri-band GSM * inside display: a.8-inch, 220 x 176 resolution, TFT * external display: 176 x 16 OLED * Bluetooth * MP3 player *...
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Samsung SCH-W210

The Samsung SCH-W210 slider phone features a 2-megapixel rear camera and a VGA front camera, as well as the following: * HSDPA * EV-DO * S-DMB receiver * QVGA display * microSD expansion * TV out Via EngadgetMobile....
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Kyocera K325 Cyclops at Virgin Mobile

Kyocera Press Release With its eye-catching two-tone red and white facing, lightweight clamshell design, and new messaging features, the new Cyclops camera phone from Virgin Mobile USA and Kyocera Wireless is one monster hit for the holidays. Cyclops also includes...
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LG KE800 Chocolate Platinum

The LG KE800 sports a 2 megapixel camera with autofocus and macro mode, as well as the following features: * tri-band 900/1800/1900 * GPRS * EDGE * 256MB internal memory * FM radio * media player (MP3/AAC/AAC+/AAC++ and WAV formats)...
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November 04, 2006

LG KG800 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the LG KG800 and writes, "The 1.3-megapixel camera takes pictures in five resolutions (1,280x960, 640x480, 320x240, 220x176, and 72x72) and three quality settings (normal, fine, and superfine). Additional camera options include a self-timer, brightness and white balance controls,...
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November 03, 2006

TORQ N100 Review - Slashgear

Slashgear reviews the TORQ N100 and writes, "TORQ’s new device also features a 1.3 megapixel camera capable of video capture; the camera is capable of taking photos as large as 1280 x 960 and video up to 320 x 240...
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Sony Ericsson P990i Review - ITWeek

ITWeek reviews the Sony Ericsson P990i and writes, "The P990i incorporates two cameras – a standard VGA model for video calls, and a two-megapixel, autofocus camera for taking shots singly, in four-shot bursts or for recording video clips. The device...
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Nokia 5300 XpressMusic Phone Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic phone and writes, "It's refreshing to find a music phone like Nokia's snazzy 5300 XpressMusic that actually takes music seriously. Our tunes sounded impressively good on the 5300, and with support for both stereo...
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Samsung SGH-Z400 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Samsung SGH-Z400 and writes, "In addition to the 2-megapixel camera on back, the Z400 also includes a front-facing VGA camera for video calls, if you're lucky enough to be using the phone on a 3G UMTS network...
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Samsung E900 Review - Lordpercy

Lordpercy reviews the Samsung E900 and writes, "In terms of size, the E900 is a lightweight 93g packed in to a 93 x 45 x 16.5 mm frame. Into this small package, Samsung have seen fit to attach 80MB of...
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T-Mobile Dash Review - PDAStreet

PDAStreet reviews the T-Mobile Dash and writes, "On the back of the Dash you'll find a 1.3 megapixel camera and a self-portrait mirror (but no flash). The camera took surprisingly decent snapshots (it can record video as well) but we...
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November 02, 2006

BlackBerry Pearl Review - SiliconRepublic

SiliconRepublic reviews the BlackBerry Pearl and writes, "The Pearl has plenty of style and elegance and is perhaps the lightest RIM device ever made. It is also the most feature-rich, coming with a digital camera with built-in flash, expandable memory,...
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Sony Ericsson W850i Review - Lordpercy

Lordpercy reviews the Sony Ericsson W850i and writes, "Speaking of cameras, 2 megapixels are almost standard on phones these days, and the W850i is no exception. Clearly determined to separate the CyberShot and Walkman brands, Sony have steered clear of...
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QTEK 8500 Review - TechDigest

TechDigest reviews the QTEK 8500 and writes, "The phone also isn't as nippy as you might like. There were occasions during the test when messages took a while to appear, and it seemed that the MP3 player suffered if you...
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Nokia N80 Review - PDAStreet

PDAStreet reviews the Nokia N80 and writes, "You'll need plenty of storage if you plan to make liberal use of the N80's photo-taking capabilities, because it sports a high-resolution 3 megapixel camera. It operates in landscape mode and has an...
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Palm Treo 750v Review - Geekzone

Geekzone reviews the Palm Treo 750v and writes, "If you are into capturing moments, the built-in 1.3 megapixel digital camera won’t disappoint you. Although not a high-end camera by any measure, it actually products really nice shots and good mp4...
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November 01, 2006

Samsung SGH-C417 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Samsung SGH-C417 and concludes, "Boasting a lightweight, trim profile wrapped in an eye-catching red shell, the Samsung SGH-C417 looks great for a budget phone but falls short in a few key areas. We liked the quad-band phone's...
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