|T-Mobile Germany offers first 2-megapixel camera phone in Europe|
Posted: 16-Dec-2004 [Source: T-Mobile]
[T-Mobile Germany launches the Sharp TM200 featuring an integrated two-megapixel camera with autofocus.]
With the Sharp TM200, T-Mobile Deutschland is now the first European mobile operator to offer a cellphone with an integrated two megapixel camera and autofocus. The compact multimedia phone has the same picture quality as many modern digital cameras as a result. Close-ups of twinkling Christmas trees come out as pin-sharp as photos of distant winter landscapes or snapshots of exciting scenes on the slopes. The Sharp TM200 is available now in T-Mobiles Online-Shop and end of week in T-Punkt stores and by T-Mobile sales partners and costs EUR 149.95 in conjunction with a T-Mobile postpay contract with the Relax 100 tariff.
Due to its high resolution and autofocus, the Sharp TM200's integrated two megapixel camera produces photos that are very rich in detail and contrast. For those in the know - with its maximum eightfold zoom the camera can focus in close-up from a distance of just 13.5 centimeters between phone and subject. This allows even small subjects to be reproduced as a full picture. If necessary, the integrated flash provides more light. In order to really enjoy the details after the "shooting," sections of the photos can be enlarged up to three times on the big display (240 x 320 pixels, maximum of 262,141 colors). This enlargement function is also available for e-mails or t-zones services.
Suitable songs can also be downloaded from T-Mobile's mobile jukebox with the Sharp TM200. With its integrated 9 MB storage and a SD card slot, the TM200 offers generous storage space. A player is also integrated to play MP3 and AAC audio files and the phone comes with a stereo headset. With this phone, you are not only as up-to-date as it gets in visual and musical terms, but also as far as your address book is concerned - Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express data can simply be transferred to PC, e.g. with Bluetooth.
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