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SGH-E800 and SGH-E810 Slide-up Camera Phones from Samsung Announced
Posted: 20-Mar-2004 [Source: Samsung]

[New semi-automatic slide design and unique spring action allowing easy acces to the display featured on both the SGH-E800 and SGH-E810 handsets. ]

CeBIT -- Samsung Electronics has launched the SGH-E800 and SGH-E810, the small "intenna" slide-up camera phones designed for ease-of-use and instant access to the latest in advanced mobile features. The semi-automatic slide design and unique spring action, distinct to both the SGH-E800 and SGHE810, allow the phone's display to glide easily into position.

The SGH-E800 is lightweight (86g) and compact (87X 43X 23.5), with a stylish colorful two-tone finish. The uniquely designed SGH-E800 also incorporates a VGA camera, wide screen, 64 polyphonic ringtones and several user friendly features like photo CLI (Call Line Identification) inphonebook. Although very similar to the SGH-E800, the unique features of the SGH-E810 include a 180 degrees rotating lens, which enhances the photo experience. Instead of rotating lens, SGH-E800 has a small mirror for a self-portrait picture.

The SGH-E800 and SGH-E810 are able to capture vivid, true-colour images with the 300K pixel VGA camera. Images remain clear and sharp even when transferred to a PC.

The SGH-E810 also features a motion-JPEG function, allowing users to capture up to 30 seconds of video, as well as a Multi-Shot feature that can produce 15 consecutive shots. The special camera effect features include frame setting, tone control, self-timer and X4 zoom.

The SGH-E800 uses a high-quality colour screen, wider than those available on most other mobiles on the market. Its screen is 1.72 inches wide and has a 65,536 colour TFT LCD. The pixel resolution is up to 128 x 160, giving users bright and clear images.

SGH-E800 and SGH-E810 will be launched in Europe by 2Q of 2004.

SGH-E800 Specifications

Camera VGA (640 x 480 pixels) / CMOS

Camera Function Effects (Gray, Negative, Sepia, Sketch, Emboss) / Frames / Multi-Shot /

Max x4 Digital Zoom, flash light

Dimension 87X 43X 23.5

Weight 86G

Display 1.72" 128 x 160 pixels, 65536 TFT Colors

GPRS GPRS Class 10, Dual-Band (900/1800)

WAP 2.0

Java Supported

MMS Supported

IrDA Supported

Ringtone 64 polyphonic

Organizer Calendar, To Do list, Alarm, World Time,

Currency Exchange

Calculator,

Phone Book 1000

SGH-E810 Specifications

Camera VGA (640 x 480 pixels) / CMOS with Rotating Lens

Camera Function Effects (Gray, Negative, Sepia, Sketch, Emboss) / Frames / Multi-Shot /

Max x4 Digital Zoom, flash light

Motion JPEG feature for Video Recording

Dimension 88X 44X 23

Weight 86G

Display 1.72" 128 x 160 pixels, 65536 TFT Colors

GPRS GPRS Class 8, Dual-Band (900/1800)

WAP 2.0

Java Supported

MMS Supported

IrDA Supported

Ringtone 64 polyphonic

Organizer Calendar, To Do list, Alarm, World Time,

Currency Exchange

Calculator, Voice Memo

Phone Book 2000

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