Samsung have been listening to feedback from the Pixon too, as they have included Wi-Fi in the Pixon 12, which joins v2.1 A2DP Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE and HSDPA/HSUPA in the data connection line-up.
A microSD card slot will accept cards up to 16GB - which you’ll need given the large file size of a 12 megapixel picture - plus the phone has the usual line-up of entertainment features such as an FM RDS radio, music and video player and a variety of games.
To top all that off is the beautiful AMOLED screen, flaunting all the power that the Pixon12 can muster. For the Pixon 12, Samsung have decided to overhaul the technical aspect of the handset and only tweak the style, thus the new phone bears more than a passing resemblance to the Pixon.
It is, of course, the camera which will drive the majority of Pixon 12 sales. Leaving aside the question of whether a camera phone will ever truly compete with the compact camera in terms of image quality, there’s no doubt that a resolution of 4000×3000 provides the basis for some impressive shots, plus Samsung have promised their lens will be very high quality, so we’re in for a treat with the M8910.
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