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Images of the Panasonic Lumix Phone start to surface

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Images of the Panasonic Lumix Phone start to surface
As if the latest crop of high-end phones weren't enough in making some head way in the camera department, Panasonic's Lumix Phone is intriguing enough to possibly stand atop the ladder. We already know that Panasonic is intent in bringing to market their Lumix Phone, but we're now just starting to visually see the fruits of their labor – and depending on how you look at it, the phone can definitely prove to be interesting.

The 13.2-megapixel monster was in the flesh, rather, various colored versions of it were found locked behind plexiglass and out of reach at NTT DoCoMo's CEATEC booth. Even though no one was allowed to grasp the phone, it does give us all plenty of indication of what to expect with the final product.

From the looks of it, the slider phone packs a keypad and will be offered in a variety of color arrangements, but based on what can be seen so far, it's hard to fathom where the “folding mechanism” comes into play – which was something mentioned in their press release. Still, we'll have to wait and see whether or not it has the internals and guts to produce photos that can truly outdo the competition.
 
via Engadget & pocket-lint

Images of the Panasonic Lumix Phone start to surface
Images of the Panasonic Lumix Phone start to surface

 

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:48

1. LeoKai (unregistered)


This look more like a real Digital camera Phone!

posted on 05 Oct 2010, 12:20

2. d_a_n_payne (Posts: 1; Member since: 05 Oct 2010)


Almost perfect! Now just lose that d-pad and use that spot to make the touch screen bigger!

posted on 05 Oct 2010, 14:04

3. gridlock (Posts: 31; Member since: 10 Jun 2010)


Man, the plastic on Japanese phones always looks like on a toddler's toy, no styling whatsoever. and if you are wondering about the folding mechanism - the screen part rotates until the phone forms the letter T, like many Fujitsu camera phones on Docomo

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