Remember that Nokia PureView tease from a few days ago? Well, suddenly it all makes sense. We are indeed looking at an imaging flagship phone and a true successor to the N8. It's called the 808 PureView and it's expected to reach Europe in the next quarter for a price of 450 Euros. Before we move on to its craziest feature -- the camera, of course! -- let's run down the other key specs: The OS is Symbian Belle; the engine is a 1.3GHz single-core chip; the display is 4-inches corner to corner but its resolution is a Nokia-style 360 x 640 (nHD). There's 512MB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage that is thankfully expandable via microSD. A Pentaband modem increases the chances of getting a signal while globe-trotting, while data speeds will top out at plain HSPA 14.4Mbps. Now that Carl Zeiss-lensed camera: it handles continuous-focus 1080p, but is claimed to have an incredible sensor resolution of over 41-megapixels when shooting stills -- or 34-megapixels for 16:9 images. It's achieved by some clever sub-pixel interpolation jiggery-pokery that entails five pixels being merged into one to produce a final image with a max resolution of 8-megapixels, but we'll dig deeper very soon. It's expected to arrive in May at a price of €450 and if you're curious, we've got a gallery of hands-on images and video for your viewing pleasure. Just follow the break for our first impressions.
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MobileBurn.com - We took some time to check out the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Beam pico-projector Android smartphone at the 2012 edition of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Beam features a dual-core processor, a WVGA 4-inch touchscreen, and a 15 lumen LED based projector that shows images in nHD (640 x 360 pixel) resolution. While we expected little from the Beam, we came away very impressed by the quality of the projected images it created for us. More info: http://www.mobileburn.com/18666/gallery/samsung-galaxy-beam-projector-phone-hands-on
World of Dance brings you Mos Wanted Workshop Monday's at the America's Best Dance Crew's Season 3 Champions Quest Crew at Quest Learning Center in Artesia, CA.
This week featured Chachi Gonzales of IaMmE's ABDC's Season 6 Champions teaching to Chris Brown "Should've Kissed You" from his FAME Album available now on iTunes.
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We check out the Samsung Beam Projector Phone at Mobile World Congress 2012. It's actually a pretty bright display. Impressive stuff. Fingers crossed it comes to the states.
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MIDWEST CITY, OK — A dramatic shooting is caught on camera. The incident took place last week in Midwest City.
A suspect held a two-year-old child hostage inside a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market. On Friday the Midwest City police department released video of the deadly encounter.
Walking across Midwest Boulevard, Sammie Wallace grabs a shopping cart and walks inside the store. After a few minutes, Wallace snagged the two-year-old girl from a shopping cart for no apparent reason.
"He abducts the child and hands the cell phone to the mother and demands she make a call to a Dallas police officer," said Midwest City police chief Brandon Clabes.
During the 30 minute standoff that ensued, police say Wallace made a number of odd statements and appeared to suffer from mental illness.
"He talked about being the richest man in the world and being able to get a Dallas officer there in 10 minutes," said Clabes.
Chief Clabes says during the entire incident the suspect held a knife to the child's body. Eventually officers offered Wallace a chair to sit and evacuated the store.
After Wallace began a 60-second countdown and moved the knife from the child's stomach to her throat, Captain David Huff walked up and shot the suspect point blank in the head.
"I mean we waited until the last second to use deadly force," said Clabes. "No one wants to take a life, especially in the line of duty."
The child did not suffer any injuries.
The district attorney previously sent out a letter calling the officers actions justified. Captain Huff is currently on vacation but will return to duty soon.
Friday Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes showed the knife, surveillance video and played the 911 tapes from the incident.
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Phone Arena reviews the Sony Ericsson Satio. Sony Ericsson Satio is the official name for the Idou that the company announced back at MWC 2009. It´s Sony Ericsson´s first in several respects it is the companys first phone to sport a 12-megapixel camera, the first to run Symbian S60 operating system and ultimately, the first all-in-one device that we hope can warm the hearts of high tech buffs... For our full text review click the following link. http://www.phonearena.com/htmls/Sony-Ericsson-Satio-Preview-review-r_2185.html
Samsung Wave running Bada OS. Way into detail. Hands-on. PhoneDog at MWC 2010.
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Phone Arena presents you with the tough Samsung E2370. It has only the most basic features, but its shell protects it from water splash and dust.
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Samsung launched its newest smartphone, the Wave, at MWC 2010. We managed to get our hands on it for a few minutes ahead of the launch event. Here, you can take a deep-dive into everything this awesome phone has to offer....
Check out more at http://samsungmwc2010.com/pressrelease_SamsungWave.html
Samsung Wave (S8500) / Product Specifications:
Network2.5G (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE) : 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
3G (WCDMA/ HSPA) : 900/2100 MHz
Display:3.3 WVGA (800x480) Super AMOLED with mDNIe
Camera: 3.2 HVGA(320x480) TFT
Camera: 5.0 Megapixel camera w/ LED Flash, AF
Face/Blink Detection, Lomo Shot, Vintage Shot, Beauty Shot,
Smile Shot, Panorama Shot, Geo-tagging, Image Editor
Video: HD(720p) video playing & recording, 5.1ch
Mobile Theater: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV, DivX, XviD Video Editor
Audio: Music Player with SoundAlive, Music Recognition, Music Recommendation,
DISK UI, 3.5mm Ear Jack, FM Radio / Recording
Value-added Features: Integrated Messaging Social Hub
Samsung Apps (*Availability of Samsung Apps differs by country)
TouchWiz 3.0 w/Integrated phonebook, Voice & Motion UI
Dolfin Browser 2.0 / One Finger Zoom (up to x10)
A-GPS, On/off Board Navigation(3D Map), LBS
SMS / MMS / Email / Video Messaging / Exchange ActiveSync
Accelerator Sensor, Proximity Sensor, GeoMagnetic Sensor
BPP(Basic Printing Profile), OPP(Object Push Profile),
PictBridge (USB Printing), Offline & No SIM Mode, Voice Command,
RSS Reader, Communities & Mobile Widgets
ConnectivityBluetooth technology v 3.0
USB v2.0 (Full -Speed)
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Memory2GB/8GB + microSD (Up to 32GB)
Size118 x 56 x 10.9 mm
Battery Life(Standard) Li-Ion, 1,500 mAh