Mobile phones these days are not just about connectivity, it’s their additional attributes that count too. Keeping in line with this Samsung is all ready to launch its latest Innov8 phone that boasts of an 8 megapixel camera as it has passed the FCC test.
Apparently bundled with AT&T 850/1900 MHz network support, the innovative Samsung Innov8 will release with the model number i8510M. The phone is 106.5×53.9×17.2mm in dimensions. Powered by Symbian S60 the highlight of the phone is its 8 megapixel camera.
The camera comprises of dual-LED flash, autofocus and image stabilization features along with blink, smile, and face detection. While users can also shoot panoramic photos, the camera allows automatic geo-tagging of images. With a 120 frames per second QVGA video recording, the Innov8 also allows VGA-resolution video recordings of up to 30 frames per second.
Besides great camera capabilities, other features of the Symbian device include a 2.8 inch display with QVGA resolution and 16m colours, TV out connectivity, built in storage of 8GB, microSD card slot expandable up to 16GB, Wi-Fi b/g, integrated A-GPS navigation support and Bluetooth 2.0.
With an incorporated accelerometer, the Innov8 i8510M will also include a standard 3.5mm audio port, complete editing software for video files, embedded 3D games namely FIFA 2008, Asphalt Digital Living Network Alliance. Equipped with a 1200 mAh battery, the novel phone should offer about 300-510 min in talk time and 330/310 hours in standby time.
As of now the price and availability of the Samsung Innov8 i8510M are still a mystery, though the phone is expected to debut at the CES in January 2009.