Samsung PIXON M8800 – 8MP Touchscreen Phone
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The Samsung M8800 Pixon ("pics on") was officially unveiled September 29, 2008, rocking out with its 8 megapixel autofocus camera. This shooter also sports anti-shake technology, face and smile detection, a dual-LED flash, and a slough of other imaging enhancements. For those that prefer their pictures moving, the Pixon can also record 30fps video at 720x480 resolution as well as 120fps slow-motion video at 320x240 resolution. The large 3.2" touchscreen display should also add to an overall great photo-taking experience.

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The M8800 Pixon is well connected, with quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900MHz) support and 2100MHz 3G HSDPA data support for super-fast downloads. The Pixon measures 107.9mm x 54.6mm x 13.8mm (4.2" x 2.1" x .5") in size and includes an accelerometer, which should make perusing through your photos a pleasant experience. Other standard features on the M8800 Pixon include Bluetooth, an FM radio, as well as GPS support, which can be used for photo geo-tagging. The Pixon has 200MB of internal storage space and also supports microSD expansion cards for even more room. The Pixon's 1000mAh battery is claimed to power the phone for 3 hours and 40 minutes of talk time, or up to 12 days of standby time. The Pixon will be available in France in mid-October, and will roll out to other markets shortly after. Price: about EUR 550 ($800).