CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW: CNET editors cover the Next Big Thing
Samsung A800 has more megapixels
January 6, 2005; 2:35 p.m.
The product: By now, camera phones are nothing new in the cell phone world. But just when you thought you were limited to fuzzy pictures and a VGA resolution, Samsung rolls out its A800, the first 2-megapixel camera phone released in the United States. Camcorder functionality and printing capability are included for saving or publishing your work, and you also get an expandable slot. Operating on a CDMA network, the handset also features a slider design that exposes the keypad.
By Kent German, associate editor, CNET Reviews
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