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April 30, 2007

LG VX8700 Review at CNET

CNET has a review of the LG VX8700 and writes, "One of the most outstanding features on the VX8700 is its 2-megapixel camera. You can choose from up to four different resolutions (1,600x1,200, 1,280x960, 640x480, 320x240 pixels), adjust the white...
Posted by BJ at 02:53 PM

April 28, 2007

Samsung X830 Review at CNET Australia

CNET Australia has a review of the Samsung X830 and writes, "All up the X830 is certainly a conversation starter due to its dimensions, music player and the super-quick flick motion it opens with, but there have been a few...
Posted by BJ at 01:17 PM

April 27, 2007

HTC Trinity P3600 Review - Lets Go Mobile

Lets Go Mobile reviews the HTC Trinity P3600 and writes, "The HTC P3600 has a 2 Megapixel digital camera that works well under good lighting conditions, but clearly performs below average in dark or dim lighting condition. It is prone...
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Sony Ericsson W200i Review - TechDigest

TechDigest has a review of the Sony Ericsson W200i and writes, "Camera snaps are good enough to share with your mates and there's a built-in Walkman music player. The bundled headphones are basic, but you can plug your own into...
Posted by BJ at 01:14 PM | TrackBack

Samsung SGH-i320 Review - SlashGear

SlashGear has a review of the Samsung SGH-i320 and writes, "The 1.3-megapixel camera, though suffering a pregnant-pause in loading, produced average quality photos with only some variable colour reproduction marring the images. As with most LED flash systems it’s best...
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Samsung SGH-i400

The Samsung SGH-i400 sports a 2 megapixel camera as well as the following features: * tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900MHz) * GPRS * Bluetooth v.2.0 with A2DP * S60 user interface * microSD memory expansion * 2.3-inch QVGA resolution, TFT LCD display...
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LG VX8700 Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview has a review of the LG VX8700 and writes, "Though not autofocus, the camera delivers pleasing shots that generally show good focus with less noise than most 2MP and under camera phones. The only thing we didn't like was...
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April 26, 2007

Samsung SCH-u740 Review - Digital Trends

Digital Trends has a review of the Samsung SCH-u740 and writes, "Pictures taken with the 1.3 MP camera/camcorder are superior, even when compared to shots snapped with 2 MP models. Colors are bright and true, images are crisp, and black...
Posted by BJ at 12:58 PM | TrackBack

LG VX8700 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the LG VX8700 and writes, "Pictures from the 2-megapixel camera on the VX8700 were fuzzy and dull. Colors were generally accurate, but pictures had an overall haziness to them that made them undesirable for printing, though the phone...
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April 25, 2007

Samsung SCH-U620 Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the Samsung SCH-U620 and writes, "The SCH-U620's design may be a bit dated, being based upon a device that was launched 2 years ago, but it still is quite functional. It just lacks a bit of the fashion...
Posted by BJ at 11:34 AM | TrackBack

Samsung SCH-U740 Review - Mobiledia

Mobiledia reviews the Samsung SCH-U740 and writes, "While the built-in 1.3-megapixel camera produces fair quality photos, the difficulty in accessing the function proves very frustrating. First, the lack of an exterior camera button on the U740 makes it awkward to...
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Nokia E50 Review - CNET UK

CNET UK reviews the Nokia E50 and writes, "If we have a major gripe it's about the screen -- it's certainly clear and bright, and its 240x320 pixels are sharp enough, but it's slightly on the small side. We found...
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Nokia N95 Review - MobileChoice

MobileChoice reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "While the Nokia N95's five-megapixel lens does boast the most of any camera phone (well, apart from LG's KG920), it just happens to have a top-quality, Carl Zeiss-built lens and a CMOS sensor....
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Nokia E65 Review - IT Reviews

IT Reviews reviews the Nokia E65 and writes, "As a 3G handset the absence of a front-facing camera for video calling is a downer and the strong S60 music player is let down by a mono earbud rather than stereo...
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April 24, 2007

Pantech PN-218

CNET has a review of the Pantech PN-218 and writes, "The PN-218's VGA camera includes a lot of options. You can take pictures in three resolutions (640x480, 320x240 and 160x120) and choose from three quality settings. Other options include brightness...
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Motorola L72 SLVR

The Motorola L72 SLVR sports a 2 megapixel camera as well as the following features: * HSDPA * FM radio * microSD memory expansion card slot * "CrystalTalk" technology * 11.5 mm thick Via EngadgetMobile....
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Samsung SCH-r510 "Wafer"

The Samsung SCH-r510 Wafer sports a 1.3 megapixel camera, as well as the following features: * MP3 player * Bluetooth * EV-DO * 8.4 mm thick Via EngadgetMobile....
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LG VX8700 Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the LG VX8700 and writes, "The easy-to-use 2MP camera takes nice, clear, well-balanced, if somewhat underexposed, outdoor shots. Low-light shots, alas, suffered from blur caused by low shutter speeds. The phone also records somewhat wobbly 320-by-240 video at...
Posted by BJ at 02:38 PM | TrackBack

LG VX8700 Review at LaptopMag

LaptopMag has a review of the LG VX8700 and writes, "Mobile shutterbugs will appreciate the 2-MP camera. It captured highly detailed shots on our tests, good enough to zoom in 4X on your notebook's screen. (See the Photo Gallery for...
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April 23, 2007

Nokia 6300 Review - Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews reviews the Nokia 6300 and writes, "The built in camera lacks a self portrait mirror or flash, and has a maximum resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 pixels. Image quality is not as good as I’d have liked where...
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April 21, 2007

Samsung SGH-i600 Review - the unwired

The unwired has a review of the Samsung SGH-i600 and writes, "Unfortunately, the camera isn't what a modern mobile phone camera should be - at least 2.0 megapixel and therefore, even not bad for a 1.3 megapixel camera only, the...
Posted by BJ at 03:13 PM | TrackBack

April 20, 2007

LG VX9400 Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview has a review of the LG VX9400 and writes, "We were pleasantly surprised by the VX9400's 1.3 megapixel camera. LG generally does a good job with cameras and though 1.3MP is now bottom of the barrel, the phone took...
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Nokia N73 Review - ThinkCamera

ThinkCamera put the Nokia N73 head to head with the Fujifilm F20 digital camera, and finds, "It will come as no surprise that on every test we could come up with the Fujifilm F20 produced a better image that the...
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April 19, 2007

T-Mobile Sidekick 3 Review - Slashgear

Slashgear reviews the T-Mobile Sidekick 3 and writes, "Always on, all-you-can-eat EDG is great, but it inevitably pales when compared to T-Mobile’s own HSDPA mobile broadband (you can see how wonderful that is in my review of the SGH-Z560 on...
Posted by BJ at 12:11 PM | TrackBack

Sony Ericsson W880i Review - TechDigest

TechDigest reviews the Sony Ericsson W880i and writes, "Image quality from the camera is passable, with snaps good enough for sending to friends or emailing around. ... The W880i is a sleek, small 3G handset but what it makes up...
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Sony Ericsson W880i Review - ENN

ENN reviews the Sony Ericsson W880i and writes, "where it falls down is not so much in the device but rather the accompanying software that enables you to transfer photos and music from your phone to your PC. To get...
Posted by BJ at 12:04 PM | TrackBack

Pantech Sky IM-R200

The Sky IM-R200, by Pantech & Curitel, offers a 2.0 megapixel camera with autofocus, as well as the following features: * LCD touch screen keypad * 116 MB internal memory * microSD memory expansion * media player with simulated 3D...
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Nokia N73 Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Nokia N73 and writes, "The N73's flagship feature is its 3.2-megapixel camera. Here at PC Magazine Labs, both myself and Terry Sullivan (PC Magazine's digital camera analyst) put the handset through the full set of tests that...
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April 18, 2007

LG TU500

CNET Australia reviews the LG TU500 and writes, "While the comparison with the LG U830 seems the most apt -- they're both out of the same design factories and share some very marked similarities -- we were surprised to note...
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LG Prada Review - 3G

3G reviews the LG Prada and writes, "The two-megapixel camera relies on a combination of touch-screen and hard key functionality to take photos and record clips. Camera/camcorder settings like auto-focus, zoom auto timer and multiple images are all controlled with...
Posted by BJ at 12:30 PM | TrackBack

Nokia 5300 XpressMusic Review - Digital Trends

Digital Trends reviews the Nokia 5300 and writes, "As good as the music section is, the 1.3 MP camera is poor. Ergonomically, all is well. Holding the phone horizontally puts the recessed camera/shutter button directly under your right index finger....
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Motorola MOTORIZR Z3 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the MOTORIZR Z3 and concludes, "Perhaps the RIZR is a simple choice. It is a very slick design, solid and well executed, and it does a good job making phone calls. If that's all you want, the RIZR...
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Samsung UpStage Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the Samsung UpStage and writes, "The 1.3 megapixel camera on the UpStage works decently. It has a wide assortment of settings, including a rarely found manual white balance mode that lets you set the white balance based on...
Posted by BJ at 12:12 PM | TrackBack

Nokia 8800 Sirocco Gold

Nokia 8800 Sirocco Gold Press Release Inspired by nature, and one of its most beautiful elements, gold, Nokia today unveiled the Nokia 8800 Sirocco Gold - a bold and prestigious new style statement. Encased in a luxurious 18-carat gold plating,...
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Nokia 6120 Classic

The Nokia 6120 Classic features a 2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, flash and panorama mode, and a secondary camera for video calling. Nokia 6120 Classic Press Release More and more consumers are using their mobile phones for tasks...
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April 17, 2007

Samsung UpStage Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Samsung UpStage and writes, "The Samsung UpStage is such a unique flip, it seems almost more a design study than a retail phone. To be blunt, we did not appreciate the flip design. It did not make...
Posted by BJ at 03:11 PM | TrackBack

Sony Ericsson Walkman W880 Review - Pocket-lint

Pocket-lint reviews the Sony Ericsson Walkman W880 and writes, "Now that we've had some time to live with and use the phone, our first glance impressions were right. The W880 is a well polished phone that certainly has the wow...
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HTC P4350 Review - Pocket-lint

Pocket-lint reviews the HTC P4350 and writes, "No 3G means only the need for one camera and like the TyTN the P4350 sports a 2 megapixel camera. Having just been announced before Microsoft's Mobile 6 operating system, the P4350 does...
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April 16, 2007

Motorola Q Review - TechNewsWorld

TechNewsWorld reviews the Motorola Q and writes, "On the back of the mobile, there's a lens for the unit's built-in camera, as well as a flash for taking pictures in low light. The phone's 1.3-megapixel camera has a 6x digital...
Posted by BJ at 12:44 PM | TrackBack

Nokia N95 Review - 3G

3G reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "The Nokia N95 offers a powerful 5 megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss Tessar 2.8/5.6 mm lens, auto focus and flash. Pictures are shown on the impressive 2.6 inch display. You can upload...
Posted by BJ at 12:31 PM | TrackBack

April 15, 2007

T-Mobile Sidekick III Review - MobileChoice

MobileChoice reviews the T-Mobile Sidekick III and writes, "The camera hike to 1.3 megapixels is welcome, but we still expected more. Unfortunately, judging by the pictures we took at maximum resolution (1280x1024 pixels), it wasn’t even worth it; the snaps...
Posted by BJ at 02:06 PM | TrackBack

Nokia N95 Review - Vnunet

Vnunet reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "there’s that camera. At five megapixels, it’s the most powerful yet seen on a mobile phone in the UK (the X-Cute phone also on sale uses a three-megapixel camera and guesses what the...
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Samsung SCH-u620 Review - LaptopMag

LaptopMag has a review of the Samsung SCH-u620 and writes, "this lackluster comparison also extends to the camera images, which appeared bleached and lacked the accurate colors rendered by the LG. You'll also have to stand much further back from...
Posted by BJ at 01:49 PM | TrackBack

LG VX9400 Review - LaptopMag

LaptopMag reviews the LG VX9400 and awards it an Editor's Choice. About the phone's camera: "Another area where the VX9400 excels is in camera quality. Images from the VX9400 camera, like its TV playback, exhibited better contrast and truer colors....
Posted by BJ at 01:47 PM | TrackBack

Sony Ericsson W880i Review - Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews has a review of the Sony Ericsson W880i and writes, "The W880i is a Tri-band GSM and 3G handset with a front facing camera for video calling. The back facing camera shoots stills at resolutions up to 2-megapixels,...
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April 14, 2007

LG Chocolate U830 Review - CNET Australia

CNET Australia has a review of the LG Chocolate U830 and writes, "In ordinary phone use, the U830 works surprisingly well. We say surprisingly as in our experience the learning curve for phones with flat keypads can be quite steep...
Posted by BJ at 12:42 PM | TrackBack

Samsung UpStage Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview reviews the Samsung Upstage and writes, "The Samsung UpStage has a 1.3 megapixel CMOS camera that can take both still images and video. When taking still photos, the camera software offers the usual set of features including self-portrait mode,...
Posted by BJ at 11:55 AM | TrackBack

Helio Heat (Samsung SPH-A503) Review - PCMag

PCMag has a review of the Helio Heat and writes, "The 1.3-megapixel camera is as sharp as these things get, though there's a bit of shutter-speed blur in low light. The cameraphone mode takes average-quality, but unlimited-length 176-by-144 videos at...
Posted by BJ at 11:52 AM | TrackBack

Nokia N95 Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "On outdoor shots, our digital camera analyst, Terry Sullivan, judged the N95's 5MP shooter to be quite good, if a little high in contrast. It delivered vibrant color, didn't wash out bright areas...
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April 13, 2007

Nokia N93i Review - CNET UK

CNET UK reviews the Nokia N93i and writes, "Still images from the zoom lens are much better than most camera phones, with reasonable exposure, recognisable detail and lively colours. But you'd never mistake the N93i's pictures for those from a...
Posted by BJ at 02:32 PM | TrackBack

Nokia N95 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "We were impressed by the quality of photos and videos the N95 produced, as one would hope with a 5-megapixel lens. Pictures boasted vibrant colors and sharp lines and edges, and unlike some...
Posted by BJ at 02:19 PM | TrackBack

Nokia N95 Review - Infosync

Infosync reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "Pictures taken with the phone were among the best we've seen on camera phones, with the exception of the Sony Ericsson Cyber Shot line, perhaps, which also use the Carl Zeiss optics. We...
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Nokia E65 Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the Nokia E65 and writes, "The 2 megapixel camera is not of the auto focus variety but it does its job well. The Nokia E65 can capture images at full 2 megapixel resolution (1600x1200) and in VGA resolution...
Posted by BJ at 01:51 PM | TrackBack

LG VX8600 Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the LG VX8600 and writes, "I was pretty pleased in general by the results I obtained when taking photos with the VX8600's built-in 1.3 megapixel camera. While it lacks autofocus, it still managed to take pretty nice photos...
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Nokia N95 Review - MobileTechReview

MobileTechReview reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "Yes, it isn't fair to compare the Nokia N95 to a dedicated 5MP digital camera, but let's face it: we all are interested in that comparison. No, the shots aren't quite as good...
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Sony Ericsson W710i Review - PCMag

PCMag reviews the Sony Ericsson W710i and writes, "More than just a fitness device, the W710i is also a cameraphone and a Walkman phone, too. The camera is low-res for a 2MP model, with 550 lines of horizontal resolution and...
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April 12, 2007

Kyocera M1000

The Kyocera M1000 features a 1.3 megapixel camera. Other features include: * QWERTY keyboard * Java and BREW * Bluetooth v.12 * EV-DO * external display: 262k color, TFT LCD, 1.5-inch, 128x128 pixels * internal display: 262k color, TFT LCD,...
Posted by BJ at 02:22 PM | TrackBack

Samsung SCH-U620 Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Samsung SCH-U620 and writes, "The 1.3-megapixel camera takes photos in five resolutions--from 1,280x960 down to standard VGA. Other camera features include a flash, a self-timer, color effects, white balance, a multishot mode, three quality settings, ISO, spot...
Posted by BJ at 02:15 PM | TrackBack

April 11, 2007

HTC MTeoR Review - Brighthand

Brighthand has a review of the HTC MTeoR and writes, "The camera is another OK but not awe-striking application. Pictures do look fine on the screen if you are taking them in good indoor or outdoor light. But a bright...
Posted by BJ at 03:08 PM | TrackBack

Nokia N95 Review - Gizmodo

Gizmodo reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "I detect a decent level of grain in these 5mp shots, and the shutter lag is horrendous, but WTF, it's a 5mp camera with a Carl Zeiss 2.8/5.6 autofocusing lens in a phone....
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Nokia N95 Review - 3G

3G reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "The Nokia N95 offers a powerful 5 megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss Tessar 2.8/5.6 mm lens, auto focus and flash. Pictures are shown on the impressive 2.6 inch display. You can upload...
Posted by BJ at 02:57 PM | TrackBack

Helio Heat Review - Sci Fi Tech

Sci Fi Tech reviews the Helio Heat and writes, "The Heat is a great, well-rounded phone. While its lack of a QWERTY keyboard limits is usefulness as an Internet device, it keeps a very low profile by not having one....
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Sony Ericsson Z710i Review - CNET

CNET reviews the Sony Ericsson Z710i and writes, "We don't like that the phone has to downsize a 2-megapixel photo in order to send it. Alternatively, you can use the USB cable and PC software to transfer a photo to...
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Nokia 7373 Review at CNET Australia

CNET Australia has a review of the Nokia 7373 and writes, "The 7373 is one of those love-it-or-hate-it devices that tends to polarise potential buyers. While some will be turned off by its fussy aesthetics, others will fall for the...
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April 10, 2007

Palm Treo 680 Review - TechWorld

TechWorld reviews the Palm Treo 680 and writes, "Palm has made this handset more consumer-focused than some of its predecessors, adding a Pocket Tunes applet that plays MP3s. Fortunately, the built-in speaker is actually pretty good. The crisp 2.8in colour...
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Nokia 7373 Review - CNET UK

CNET UK has a review of the Nokia 7373 and writes, "One of the benefits of the design is that when you put the phone into camera mode with the flick closed it actually feels like a real snapper. This...
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Samsung SCH-u620 Review - Digital Trends

Digital Trends has a review of the Samsung SCH-u620 and writes, "As with most Samsung camera phones, the camera shutter on the u620 seems to operate on its own inner clock. There's a seemingly interminable chasm of a couple of...
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Nokia N95 Review - LaptopMag

LaptopMag has a review of the Nokia N95 and writes, "As a camera, the N95 takes pretty sharp 5-MP photos, but it doesn't capture them quickly enough. We used the phone as our primary camera over a weekend, and we...
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April 09, 2007

Nokia N95 Review - GigaOM

GigaOM has a review of the Nokia N95 and writes, "If you like taking a lot of photos, and don’t want to carry a separate digital camera, then the point-and-shoot features of N95 should suffice. The Carl Zeiss brand doesn’t...
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Nokia 6151 Review - CNET Australia

CNET Australia has a review of the Nokia 6151 and writes, "At only 1.3 megapixels the camera seems a bit dated compared to the Nokia 6300’s 2-megapixel offering, although it’s still ample for happy snaps at family events. Don’t expect...
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Nokia 6300 Review - CNET Australia

CNET Australia has a review of the Nokia 6300 and writes, "It's actually a good camera too. Our test shots of the Sydney streetscape came out clearly, if a little "digital". Portraits come out perfectly, while night-time shots aren't as...
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April 08, 2007

Samsung SGH-D840 Review - Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews reviews the Samsung SGH-D840 and writes, "As usual all my test shots were taken with the camera on automatic settings. Outdoors it performed quite well as long as the subject was still. I was able to get pretty...
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Nokia N95 Review - PCWorld

PCWorld reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "From the back, the N95 looks just like a slim point-and-shoot camera. To use the flash-enabled camera, simply slide open the Zeiss lens cover. The camera app starts automatically, and you have your...
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April 07, 2007

Nokia N95 Review - MobileBurn

MobileBurn reviews the Nokia N95 and writes, "For many, the prize aspect of the N95 will be its 5 megapixel autofocus camera. The camera takes mostly wonderful photos in a wide variety of lighting situations. The automatic white balance system...
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April 06, 2007

Nokia 5300 XpressMusic Review - IT Reviews

IT Reviews reviews the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic and writes, "It is Tri-band and it sports a camera, though this is limited to a maximum image resolution of 1.3-megapixels, which is a bit below par these days. And there is an...
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Samsung SCH-U540

Infosync has a review of the Samsung SCH-U540 and writes, "The camera is the same, lousy lens we've seen on other mid-range phones, and the 1.3-megapixel sensor proves that 1.3-MP is the new VGA, the de facto standard for barely...
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April 05, 2007

Nokia N95 Review - AllAboutSymbian

AllAboutSymbian reviews the camera on the Nokia N95 and writes, "there are distinct limitations to having a much smaller sensor and lens, with slightly less detail in many images. Every digital camera has algorithms built-in, to reduce sensor noise (usually...
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Pantech PN-820 Review - Brighthand

Brighthand has a review of the Pantech PN-820 and writes, "This smartphone continues its mimicry of the Motorola Q in its selection of processor. The 312 MHz XScale CPU gives the PN-820 significantly more kick than your average smartphone's roughly...
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April 04, 2007

Sanyo M1 Review at DigitalTrends

DigitalTrends has a review of the Sanyo M1 and writes, "M1's 2 MP camera is also a surprise. Its shutter snaps quickly and loudly and produces crisp and clean sunlight-bathed images. Indoor shots in normal light are still unblurred, but...
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LG VX9400 Review - Digital Trends

Digital Trends reviews the LG VX9400 and writes, "The camera shutter is actually a bit too fast -- the picture snaps almost as soon as you press the button. This means the camera is still moving slightly while the image...
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April 03, 2007

Nokia N95 Preview - CNET Asia

CNET Asia has a preview of the Nokia N95 and writes, "Another strong feature of the N95 would be its 5-megapixel camera. We haven't reviewed the image quality from the Carl Zeiss lens yet, but the general impression of the...
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Samsung SCH-u740 Review - LaptopMag

LaptopMag has a review of the Samsung SCH-u740 and writes, "The SCH-u740 features a 1.3-MP camera (1280 x 960-pixel resolution) with flash, which takes crisp stills, albeit ones that lack vibrancy. The camera also has video-recording capability (a max of...
Posted by BJ at 01:32 PM | TrackBack

Nokia E65 Review - PCPro

PCPro has a review of the Nokia E65 and writes, "Features such as 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, push email and SIP compatibility make the E65 incredibly well rounded as both a business and personal phone. For simply monitoring your email inbox, the...
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April 02, 2007

Kyocera E5000

The Kyocera E5000 sports a 1.3 megapixel camera, as well as the following features: * CDMA 800/1900MHz * EV-DO support * Bluetooth with A2DP * microSD memory card slot * 2-inch, 262k color, 176x220 pixel internal display * 1-inch, 96x96...
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LG U830 Review - TechDigest

TechDigest reviews the LG U830 and gives it 3 stars out of 5: "Although there are complaints to be made, these are not so great as to tarnish the overall experience of the handset. It is definitely a bit more...
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Sony Ericsson W300i Review - PCWorld

PCWorld reviews the Sony Ericsson W300i and writes, "The phone's camera takes decent pictures in either large (176-by-144-pixel) or small (128-by-96-pixel) sizes. It has a night mode and permits you to add black-and-white, negative, and sepia effects. In addition, you...
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April 01, 2007

LG U830 Review - Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews has a review of the LG U830 and writes, "I have a few issues with the camera. Image quality is reasonable outdoors. The daffodils were shot on the sort of bright spring day that can cause real exposure...
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