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Mark Peters : September 12th 2007 - 16:15 CET
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SamsungSamsung G800 preview : At a Samsung dealer event I had the change to get my hands on the upcoming 5 Megapixel mobile phone; the Samsung G800. The Samsung G800 will be introduced later on this year, at least in the Netherlands, and target the multimedia consumer who is also into mobile imaging. The Samsung G800 is an ultra thin slider mobile phone and show off with a great design. The designer Samsung G800 cam phone has a digicam-like metallic design and features a 5 Megapixel digital camera. The handset is one of Samsung’s top models and has to bring Samsung into the high resolution market for mobile phones. This segment is interesting for the manufacturer, the consumer is willing to pay some extras for mobile image quality.
Samsung G800 mobile phone - Storage
It is kind of strange that we focus already on the new Samsung G800 while the G600 handset still has to become available for the consumer - at least for the Dutch consumer. However mobile phone developments can’t be slowed down so we just go with the mobile flow. The Samsung G800 is equipped with a ultra small card slot with microSD and microSDHC flash memory support; 4GB microSDHC will give you the ultimate storage solution. The brand new SanDisk microSDHC 8GB may also find its way into the Samsung G800; we assume this high storage capacity card will also be supported by the Samsung G800.

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Samsung G800 handset preview - Mobile Photography
To bad I was not able the shoot some product shots of the camera due to the security label attached to the front side. Samsung G800 specifications learn us that the sensor offers 5 Megapixel resolution. Of course it is not only about the pixels, as we have seen for many years with the digital camera megapixel race. Internal processing software, image processor, pixel quality, sensitivity range and noise, effective flash range, stabilisation technology, etc. that will take the Samsung G800 right into the top of Mobile Photography or drop it like a stone when those features are not well enough developed. As soon as we receive a full production model of we publish a Samsung G800 review.

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Samsung G800 mobile preview - Television and Multimedia player
Mobile TV is a reality today and moving towards mass market. But in order for this “killer application” to reach its full potential, cost-effective means of increasing capacity and introducing innovative new services are necessary. Mobile TV services of the future will be delivered over a combination of unicast and broadcast-capable networks. The Samsung G800 is ready for mobile television by supporting HSDPA connectivity next to the standard GPRS and EDGE. Mobile Television involves bringing TV services to the mobile phones. It combines the services of a mobile phone with television content and represents a logical step both for consumers and operators and content providers. The Samsung G800 is ready to become Samsung’s all-round multimedia player.

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