Excerpt: En anden mobiltelefon anmeldelse i serien er den Samsung i8510 anmeldelse. Denne telefon er en anden Samsung, som er toppen af markedet, øverste linje, glat, skarp, og klar til brug. Det vejer 140 gram hvilket måske er den største på markedet, men det er stadig ikke skandaløst. Acer er en computer kæmpe for nylig kommet ud på mobiltelefoner produktion og det gør underværker i dette afsnit også.
Excerpt: The i8510 is Samsung’s answer to the Nokia N95 -- a do-it-all phone that’s as mean as it looks. There's an 8-megapixel camera, 8GB of on-board memory, HSDPA and Wi-Fi. What we like Unlike most Samsung phones the i8510 runs on Symbian, so if you’re used to using high-end Nokia phones then it’s an easy switch. There’s no touchscreen but the keypad is easy great for texting and the screen is relatively large.
Summary: If you want a camera phone that will blow almost every other handset out of the water, look no further than the Samsung Innov8. Design complaints aside, it's a powerful and eye-catching device that performs well as a phone, too.
Pros: The Samsung Innov8 is a well-made and powerful cell phone with a fantastic camera. Photo quality was excellent and the call quality delivered as well.
Cons: The Samsung Innov8 keypad and navigation controls are slick and not very tactile. The camera flash is disappointing, it lacks voice dialing, and the interface was somewhat poky.
Excerpt: The integration of a digital camera with a mobile handset is obviously not a new concept but we’ve been stuck with 5 megapixel cameras for quite a while now, so I think it’s about time the tech ante was upped a bit. LG and Samsung are running neck and neck with their 8MP camera phones, but Samsung managed to get to us first with their i8510 INNOV8, and here’s what I have to say.
Summary: Overall, it’s a good phone with loads of features that you might not need or use. It isn’t very impressive though, especially for something that is one of the costliest phones around priced at Rs 43,250. It’s nothing something that will anyone’s jaw drop either. There is no doubt, that the iPhone will grab a lot more attention than the Innov8 and that is available for around Rs 31,000.
Summary: Camera phones have always been something of an oddity. It is a vastly popular device amongst many, utilized as a device of convenience to snap and go, and heavily utilized as a blogging tool. Yet, you won't be seeing them as dedicated devices for serious photography. But the divide between a camera phone and a compact digital camera is slowly and surely shrinking, and Samsung's foray into the megapixel race has just gotten on track when they announced their first...