Samsung didn’t manage to bring its hot 12 megapixel cameraphone to MWC back in February, but now we finally get to see Pixon and check out its final specs. This cameraphone packs a 3.1 inch AMOLED touchscreen display and supports fast shutter speeds and quick browsing.



Pixon 12 (M8910) comes with a dedicated shutter button, touch autofocus (touch an area of the screen and it becomes the focal point), a 28 mm wide angle lens and Smart Auto mode. Another advantage of this cameraphone is the fact that it’ll save images pretty quickly, so you’ll be able to take the next photo in about 2 seconds.

Samsung Pixon 12 supports WiFi and HSUPA connectivity and uses the Share Pix service, allowing you to upload the best pictures via Picasa, Flickr and Facebook. Expect the cameraphone to hit Europe late this month, with 150MB of on-board storage, Xenon and power LED flash, GPS, FM radio with RDS and support for video recording.


[via Engadget Mobile]

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