Sprint PCS launches the first in the US 2 mega pixel camera phone

Sprint PCS launches the first in the US 2 mega pixel camera phone

Sprint PCS today announced the availability of Samsung MM-A800 phone. The A800 is the first 2 mega pixel camera phone officially introduced by a major US carrier. The 4.26 ounce device features 3D graphics, QVGA-resolution 1.22" x 1.59" TFT LCD with 262 000 color support. The phone's camcorder capabilities allow customers to shoot 30-second videos, which can then be sent via email or saved as screensavers and wallpapers. The embedded camera can be also used as a business card scanner with the Biz-Card Scan software which transfers the contact information directly into the device's internal contacts.

Main specifications:

  • 240 x 320 QVGA TFT display with 262k colors
  • TransFlash memory expansion (32MB card is included)
  • 30 second Video capture
  • 3D graphics
  • JAVA
  • 2 mega pixel camera with auto focus
  • 1xRTT high speed data


Samsung MM-A800 back

Samsung MM-A800 live shots (click to soom)

Samsung MM-A800 specification

Source: Sprint.com


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