Conclusion: If you’re looking for a camera phone with a touchscreen then the Pixon is worth checking out. It would have been better with a xenon flash and Wi-Fi but there are alternatives out there with those missing features. We would suggest avoiding this phone if you’re looking for a do-it-all smart phone as its core offering is relatively simple.
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. The phones’ picture quality is not perfect and may struggle to match many 8 mega-pixel digital cameras currently available on the market however that said a combination of the Pixon’s camera and video...
Conclusion: For your audio pleasure, there’s SRS (Surround Sound System) Virtual 5.1CH, DNSe (Digital Natural Sound engine) with Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 for shuffling files on and off the phone. Samsung’s new Pixon M8800 phone camera is scheduled for a France release around the middle of October with Europe and Asia following sometime after. as for pricing, we can only offer a Gaelic shrug.
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. First the OMNIA, and now with the Pixon, everything is changing.
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. As you probably remember, I didn't have any warm feelings for the Samsung F700, the offering this whole line-up started with.
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 you can upload all your favourite snaps. This Samsung mobile is a super powerful handset.
Excerpt: Not content with launching the UK's first 8-megapixel cameraphone with its i8510 smartphone, within no time Samsung has added another 8 million-pixel mobile to its line-up with a super slim touchscreen model, the Samsung Pixon M8800.
Pros: Touchscreen control, 8-megapixel camera, HSDPA, GPS receiver built in, Drag and drop 'widgets' plus 'online widgets', Responsive to touch, Good quality music player, Decent earphones supplied, Good Qwerty keypad, Stacks of useful camera features, Excellent camera interface
Cons: Lack of Wi-Fi, No smartphone operating system customisation, Camera flash limited, Touch operation not as slick as iPhone, No 3.5mm headphone socket on body of phone
Summary: N owadays, it seems to have become a trend to launch a new model mobile phone with both a type number and a real name. Just like many other brands, Samsung too gives its new mobile phones a genuine name. Recently, we have seen this happening with the Samsung INNOV8 , the Samsung Omnia , and now once again with the Samsung Pixon. In addition to a more positive feeling, this name-giving also offers information about the cell phone, unlike a type number.