Samsung has recently announced the Samsung innov8 -pronounced [in-uh-veyt], an 8-megapixel camera phone with smile shot, blink shot and face recognition to capture and store precious memories in their best quality.
The Samsung Innov8 features 2.8″ 16M color LCD, 8G or 16GB Flash memory, HSDPA high speed Internet, Wifi, buit-in GPS, and it comes with Symbian OS V9.3, S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2.
Motorola and Kodak announced MOTOZINE™ ZN5, a mobile device that combines a high-quality phone and camera experience. With a 5 megapixel camera, complete with Xenon flash and KODAK Imaging Technology, as well as Motorola’s CrystalTalk for superior call quality, ZN5 offers on-the-go consumers a device that is intuitive and ready to go when they are.
Simply slide open the lens cover and Motorola’s ModeShift technology shifts the ZN5 from call to capture. With one touch, users can view all their photos right from the home screen; no menus, no searching.
Kat compares the five camera phones: Nokia N95, LG Viewty, Sony Ericsson K850i, Samsung G800 and Apple iPhone, which one is the best?
FotoNation Fixes Red-Eye Directly in the Camera Phone – No Software Re-Touching Needed
February 13, 2007, Galway, Ireland — FotoNation (www.fotonation.com), a world-leading imaging and connectivity solutions company for the digital photography industry, announced today the world’s first red-eye technology for cameras phones, the FotoNation award-winning Red-Eye Correction Technology. A highly portable software implementation, FotoNation’s Red-Eye Correction Technology is directly embedded in the camera phone so consumers can automatically take perfect red-eye free photos from their camera phone every time, with no software re-touching needed.
ReviewZine has reviews and some sample images of the LG KG920, a 5 megapixel tri band/GSM multimedia phone featuring twisting keypad, auto focus and flash, MiniSD card slot, and a lens cover for the camera.
Nokia has recently announced its latest camera phone featuring a 5-megapixel camera, HSDPA 3G and WiFi 802.11b/g data support, built-in GPS capabilities covers 100 countries worldwide, and large 2.6″ QVGA (240×320) display that can show 16 million different color shades. The Nokia N95 offering Carl Zeiss optics on the 5-megapixel camera, users capture print quality photos and DVD-like quality video clips. Photos and video clips can be enjoyed on a compatible television thanks to the device’s TV out feature and support for Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) technology.
Ever wonder how the pictures from 3.2 megapixel Sony Ericsson K800i compared to Canon 350D or even 12 Megapixel Canon EOS 5D? Reviewzine has some links to interesting sample images, editorial reviews and videos of the phone that you might want to check them out.