Reviews and Problems with Samsung M8910 / Pixon 12
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Sound quality 5
Battery performance 4
Build quality 10
Samsung gt-m8910 PIXON 12 review
SPIROS, Phone Arena
15 November 2010
Excerpt: HAVE IT FOR 12 MONTHS... -> THE GOOD 1. Excellent photos 2. Very good Video capture 3. Excellent Touch Screen (colors – contrast – sensitivity) 4. Powerful Xenon flash (for photos in dark) 5. Good Led flash (for videos in dark) -> THE BAD 1. Weak antenna call signal 2. Weak WiFi signal (much much worse than other WiFi phones) 3. Blurry night-video even with sufficient lighting conditions 4.
Pros: 1. Excellent photos, 2. Very good Video capture, 3. Excellent Touch Screen (colors – contrast – sensitivity), 4. Powerful Xenon flash (for photos in dark), 5. Good Led flash (for videos in dark)
Cons: 1. Weak antenna call signal, 2. Weak WiFi signal (much much worse than other WiFi phones), 3. Blurry night-video even with sufficient lighting conditions, 4. Zoom In/Out in picture preview lacks accuracy and is made only by scrolling your finger on the screen (not by using the +/- buttons), 5. Crazy Accelerometer in photos preview (picture skipping), 6. Incoming Text Message for sms delivery report (have to delete them all the time) instead of pop ups., 7. YouTube vid...
Excerpt: Used this phone for a week after my Pixon, Pixon12 is really great compared to the Pixon. -Really clear and large image compared to pixon's 8megapixel. -Wifi that Pixon do not have -Much more smoother Web browsing -Multi tasking A great choice for camera lover although the Satio is also a good choice because of it's Faster speed and it is a smartphone but i can say the Pixon12 got a better camera for its image quality. Recommended!
Excerpt: This phone is really great as it has powerful camera, better than Satio! Great multimedia features, have WiFi which made me forget my Pixon completely! This is a phone for people who loves to have good diigital camera but would want a phjone instead, this phone camera's quality is as good enough as digital camera!
Pros: -Currently best Camera on any phone, -WiFi, good browser, -Smartphone like, good organiser and Multi Tasking, -The next Pixon
Cons: -Still no 3.5mm, -12 megapixel but Video taking isnt as good as expected, -Touch sensitivity can be better
Excerpt: Samsung Pixon 12 really sux....man, don't buy it or you'll regret for it, I;ve bought it for 2 weeks and it needs repairs but I can't find their service centres in Singapore. Touch doesn't always respond. Sometimes I hit a button 3 - 4 times before it responds to the touch. I have tried experimenting with the virbrate feedback response level but this seems to make no difference, except that setting it to 1 or 0 makes the touch screen completely unresponsive.
Pros: 12mp camera
Cons: Laggy touch,inadequate flash, ugly UI,Looks cheap, and lousy speakers,clumsy bluetooth and wifi handling,phone hangs a lot even after the update.
Excerpt: Firstly,I'd like to point out this so-called very good camera lens which is 28mm but bcos of very clmsily managed design it can be spoiled very easily when you put it into pockets, the phone's UI is very ugly.I was almost get this while I was finding a camera phone but when I see it outside it is very hard to recommend it.
Excerpt: Hi allI allways look for whats best in the phone market and with Pixon12 i fund what i was looking for. I used Nokias & SEs and i have also used samsungs, befor It was the Innova8 which was my No.1 but after I got the Pixon12 my mined was changed about my No.1.Yassir
Conclusion: Messaging works well. This is my first touch screen, and I type at a relatively normal speed. The display is absolutely gorgeous. 16 million colors and AMOLED are nice together.Overall very happy with this phone, and I'm optimistic it will last me a while.
Pros: My ideal cell phone is basically a very good point and shoot camera that conveniently doubles as a cell phone. I don't listen to music on it, I don't watch videos, and I rarely surf the mobile web. I do like to take photos but never have a camera on me-- so if I have a device that takes good photos and has the ability to email them to Flickr, for example, then I'm sold. This seems to be that phone. The build is great. It's gorgreous, aesthetically. A good heft and wei...
Cons: There is a glass plate covering the lens, which I'm not sure I'm a fan of. If it gets scratched, all of your pictures will have a crack in it. You also have to remember to wipe it clean before taking photos. It has a lens cover, so I'm not sure why this is there. Added security at an inconvenience, I guess. Setting up email accounts manually is absurdly difficult. I did it in my SE phones in a few minutes time. This system took me at least half an hour to wade through...