Excerpt: Den fantastiske Samsung M8800 Pixon Samsung M8800 Pixon er et af de nyeste modeller, der kommer fra den berømte koreanske selskab og falder direkte i højeste klasse af mobiltelefoner. Sikke en Samsung Pixon ejer erkender det samme er situationen for kunst i bygget kamera af den imponerende Pixon.
Summary: When Samsung released the INNOV8, it had the distinction of being the first 8-megapixel camera phone in the market. Not just that, it was good enough to give standard digital cameras a run for their money.
Conclusion: In conclusion the Samsung M8800 (Pixon) is an attractive stylish piece of kit packing a big punch in the form of an 8 mega-pixel camera. The phone has some great features and the clear and responsive touch screen allows for quick and easy navigation as well as text input.
Conclusion: Samsung has chosen the right direction for development of their touchscreen phones. The experiments with the Croix interface were not successful so the company had to follow the trends. Colors were added to the menus, but neither the software nor the functionality of F480 was finely designed.
Pros: Great video playback capabilities, 8MP camera with good quality, Quality music player, Good overall functionality
Cons: Weak web browser, Poor flash, No color schemes, Not a smartphone
Summary: As far as call quality is concerned, the M8800 is nothing to write home about - it compares quite favorably to other Samsung-branded phones and puts up a tad below average volume level. The vibro alert's strength is quite average
What can I say, I really like the M8800; but first things first.
Excerpt: Samsung’s been producing all-round mobile phones for a while now, but nothing worthy writing home about. Maybe the i900 Omnia, but not much more. The M8800 Pixon is hoping to change that with its 3.2-inch touchscreen, accelerometer, eight-megapixel camera and a fistful of other extras.
Pros: Eight-meg camera, touchscreen, slimline looks… hang on, it’s the Renoir again. Ah, but no. The Pixon feels less plasticky, has a smoother interface and is generally more fun to use. The camera is also excellent and the GPS is one of the least annoying we’ve seen in a do-it-all phone, although sti...
Cons: …Well, with only a few hundred megs of internal storage, a slightly lacklustre media player and a battery of piffling endurance, perhaps not.
Summary: The Samsung Pixon is most like a digital camera and a phone merged in one – perfect for photographers! But as well as the stunning 8 megapixel camera, The Samsung Pixon has a sleek design, a 3.2 inch beautiful LCD touch screen with ultra-high resolution and a super-fast 7.2 mbps 3G web connection so...