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InterVideo 8-megapixel camera phone at 3GSM
Ilse Jurriƫn : February 24th 2006 - 16:20 CET
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InterVideoInterVideo 8-megapixel camera phone at 3GSM : InterVideo announced today that it will showcase the next-generation 8-megapixel camera phone from Xcute Mobile Corporation during the 3GSM World Congress Show, held in Barcelona. Well-known for its superior codec technology, InterVideo's patented codec algorithm enables consumers to record high-quality video clips without the jerkiness typical of handheld video cameras. Users will also be able to enjoy playback of crisp and clear picture quality of their recorded video clips with ease. InterVideo has been a long-time partner of Xcute, an innovative mobile phone design company based in Taiwan, since the development of their previous DV1 and DV2 cell phones.
InterVideo 8-megapixel camera phone at 3GSMInterVideo and Xcute - Camera phone
Both companies have again collaborated together to deliver consumers the latest in the Xcute next-generation 8-megapixel phones. InterVideo has integrated its superior MPEG-4 codecs with Texas Instruments' DM270 platform in the Xcute GSM phone. The first 8-megapixel GSM phone in the world, the phone features InterVideo's advanced audio codec to playback MP3 and WMA files. The Xcute cell phone also includes InterVideo's MPEG-4 and DivX video codec which allows consumers to record real time video clips at several resolutions up to VGA (640x480) at 30 fps (frames-per-second). The high-resolution camera phones deliver superior digital image quality that can be viewed on desktops, TVs, or other compatible handheld devices. In addition, the 8-megapixel phone can provide users with background music slideshow and media player features.

InterVideo 8MP GSM phone - MPEG-4 technology
"InterVideo's superior MPEG-4 technology is the ideal multimedia codec solution for integration in our latest 8-megapixel GSM phone," said Winston Lee, Senior Manager of Marketing and Sales from Xcute Mobile Corporation. "We are delighted to work in conjunction with InterVideo and will continue to provide the latest multimedia features to our consumers with exceptional audio and video playback on their mobile phones."

Next generation cell phones and multimedia
"With the increasing popularity of next-generation cell phones and multimedia solution embedded in these handheld devices, we will continue to work with companies to provide our consumers with high-quality video encoding and decoding they have come to expect from InterVideo," said Steve Ro, President and CEO of InterVideo. "We are delighted to be working with XCute again in delivering the latest audio and video codecs in GSM phones." InterVideo also provides individual video and audio codecs and multimedia editing applications on all major smartphone operating systems such as Linux, Windows Mobile and Symbian.

About InterVideo
InterVideo is a leading provider of integrated digital and high definition multimedia and audio/video content solutions in the PC, CE and wireless industries. The company's broad suite of integrated multimedia software products are designed to enhance consumer entertainment whether the content is delivered to the home system or HDTV set as well as wireless, mobile and personal multimedia device. InterVideo's unique iMobi multimedia codec technologies are widely used by smart phones, GPS units and portable entertainment device OEMs and ODMs to enhance music and video enjoyment...anyplace, anytime.

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