YouMobile on Facebook YouMobile on Google+ Follow YouMobile on Twitter
Latest News - - Posts

oin us for food, beverages and an exclusive, hands-on preview at


The BlackBerry® StormTM

First-Look, First-Touch Business Event



It looks pretty legit to me with the only exception being that the codes are the same from top to bottom. For different phones with different rebate amounts, wouldn't you think the codes along the right side of those dates would be different on each item? I don't know how VZW does rebates, so I have to defer to the rest of the room.


CellPhoneSignal has secured a document showing that T-Mobile USA will release the Samsung SGH-t459 Gravity in November. The Gravity is expected to be a candybar cell phone featuring a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, in addition to its numeric keypad, for convenient text input.


According to the document, the Samsung Gravity features a fixed focus 1.3 megapixel camera with video recording capabilities and an accompanying microSD card slot for extra storage. Bluetooth with A2DP support for wireless stereo headsets, as well as support for T-Mobile's MyFaves service, is also expected to be on-board.




So there you have it people - Samsung's new Pixon M8800 phone camera. As far as a launch schedule goes, it will be available in France sometime near the middle of October and will then be released throughout Europe and Asia. As for US availability... Please, this is Samsung we're talking about here.

* 8 megapixel camera with autofocus

* 16x digital zoom and Fast Shutter

* Dual Power LED flash

* ASR (Advanced Shake Reduction)

* WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)

* Face Detection, Smile Shot, Face Link (face tagging) and Photo memo

* Auto Panorama Shot

* Geotagging support (integrated GPS)

* Photo Browser (Accelerometer Sensor, Tilt and flip, Sorting by Face/Time/Color/Folder)

* 30 fps D1 (720 x 480) video capture

* 120 fps (QGVA) slow motion video capture

* MPEG4, WMV, DivX, XviD playback support

* TV-out


That's right people, we weren't joking. The Pixon M8800 is strictly business when it comes to photos and video. The rest of the story; Meh.


* Quad Band GSM (850/900/1800/1900) / GPRS / EDGE

* WCDMA 2100 / HSDPA 7.2 Mbps connectivity (2100 only?! Fail)

* 3.2″ 240 × 400 262K color WQVGA TFT display (262K colors?! Fail)

* FM Radio with RDS

* Music Player (MP3, AAC, e-AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA)

* SRS (Surround Sound System) Virtual 5.1CH

* DNSe (Digital Natural Sound engine)

* Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0



This attractively-priced full touch screen handset is complete with the latest touch technology and features found in the existing high-end full touch screen handsets currently available on the market.



• 3" Full touch screen


The 3.0 inch wide full touch screen is more screen "real estate" to better enjoy watching videos, playing games, and looking at photos. Bigger is better and that also makes it easier to use by physical touch since larger icons are easier to navigate than smaller ones.


• Active flash UI


The user interface is so intuitive that users will want to explore and master all of the functions and features of the LG-KP500. The UI allows users to access menus easily and shift around other menus simply and quickly with just one touch.


• Handwriting & Editing


The easy-to-use smart handwriting recognition function of the LG-KP500 allows users to send text messages without using the touch keyboard. It is possible to write in complicated languages such as Chinese. In the photo mode, users can easily edit their photos with the stylus pen.


• Motion sensor game

Using advanced motion sensor technology, the LG-KP500 adds more fun interactivity to games so users can enjoy mobile entertainment in a more dynamic and exciting way.

The games loaded on the LG-KP500 use a motion sensor that requires the user's eye-hand coordination to balance, flip, shift, and twist the handset to play the games.


• Auto rotating display

The QWERTY onscreen keyboard slides into view when the LG-KP500 is held horizontally, and the auto rotating display always shifts images or documents for proper viewing no matter which way the handset is turned.


• Embedded stylus pen

Since the stylus is embedded in the handset, the user instantly write a memo or edit a photo without having to search around for the stylus pen which often gets lost or misplaced.
The appearance of the phone is not sacrificed with the embedded, artfully "concealed" in the handset.



Results per page:
<< 1 ... 251 252 253 254 255 >>

Posts: 1274

© 2020 YouMobile Inc. All rights reserved