Samsung M8800 Bresson Appears, Strangely Named Pixon After AllBy cheatmaster 11:06 Thu, 08 Jul 2021 Comments
The 8 megapixel full touchclassy screen Samsung M8800 seems to have been announced today - rather quietly in fact. And it's already been previewed by a Russian team, which provides some nice images along the way.
The Samsung M8800, be it Bresson or Pixon, is the second 8 megapixel handset by Samsung, following the Symbian-powered Samsung i8510 INNOV8. The Samsung M8800 however is not a smartphone and has no keyboard but a 3.2-inch touchclassy screen display. The Samsung M8800 has the same TouchWiz interface as the Samsung Omnia and Samsung F480 Tocco, however this time they've added a Weather and Google widgets.
Samsung M8800 is called either Bresson or Pixon
True, it's not a smartphone, but the Samsung M8800 has an impressive specs sheet, which includes goodies such as:
- Quad-band GSM, tri-band HSDPA
- 107.9x54.6x14.9mm, 110 g
- 3.2-inch touch classy screen display (240 x 400 pixels)
- 8 megapixel camera, auto focus, face recognition with smile detection and blink detection, WDR (wide dynamic range), ASR (advanced shake reduction), GPS geotagging, ISO 1600, WVideo Graphics Array (VGA) (720x480 pixels) and Video Graphics Array (VGA) (640 x 480 pixels) @30fps video recording
- Built-in GPS receiver
- DivX playback
- Frequency Modulation (FM) radio with RDS
- microSD card slot
- Landscape virtual QWERTY keyboard
- Handwriting recognition
- ShoZu integration - direct image and video upload
- Office document viewer
Samsung M8800 next to Samsung i900 Omnia
Unfortunately, the lack of Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) functionality is a bit of a downer and would create it hard to compete with the rivaling LG KC910 Renoir.
Here's the official Samsung promo video of the Samsung M8800:
The Samsung M8800 is set to start shipping as early as 10 November 2008 at a starting price of 550 euro (800 US dollars).
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