Samsung i8910 sample pictures and videos ~ Cell Phone Reviews

Samsung i8910 sample pictures and videos


Written on 9/16/2009 04:24:00 PM by poison_ivy

Someone from Samsung sent over a Samsung i8910 HD and I'm pretty excited that I know get to try this phone out for more than a few minutes. My initial impressions about Symbian OS still didn't change but I got to see the camera in action and it's just AMAZING. This is definitely a traveler's must have mobile phone since you'd be lightening your baggage as you don't have to carry around a digital camera and a camcorder.

It's no wonder that the Samsung i8910 bagged the best camera phone award by EISA. The 8 megapixel camera takes great photos with vivid colors. Video quality is AMAZING especially the 720p recording though voice recording with the video could use some tweaking. They say a firmware update can fix this but I haven't downloaded one yet. Anyways, here are some sample pictures taken with the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD mobile phone. The first video has 640x480 resolution while the second is in glorious 720p. The scenery I shot didn't do the phone justice though, and I'm hoping I might get out some more these upcoming days so I can try out 720p video recording with a better scenery. Sample pictures are also included taken with the same mobile phone. I'll try to finish up my more detailed review this weekend but till then, enjoy the photos and videos. And if you do decide that you must absolutely have this mobile phone, it's avalable at:

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  1. JulieB2665 |

    This was very informative and being a touch screen novice I don't know if I would really notice the difference between symbian and winmo? However, I am totally won over and will be upgrading to one asap.

  2. poison_ivy |

    I'm kinda liking Symbian. Of course, there's a limited amount of applications I can put in but it's okay. The touchscreen is REALLY responsive I find that I could actually text a lot faster using the Aplha numeric onscreen keypad compared with the iPHone.


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