Samsung M8800 Pixon to rival LG KC910 Renoir

Samsung M8800 Pixon which has been officially announced is the second 8 megapixel fully touchscreen phone on the market. Since the announcement there have been several reviews on the new Samsung but none of which at yet has given the full specifications although we have a pretty good idea of the M8800 Pixon is capable of.

We have already seen the Samsung i8510 INNOV8 which is Samsungs first 8-megapixel offering launch in some market but the new Samsung Pixon is set to be released around the beginning of October.

The Samsung Pixon is fully capable of roaming globally using the quad-band GSM which is supported by the tri-band 3G with HSDPA, the handset only weighs 109 grams and comes with a 3.2-inch display, built in accelerometer, FM radio, 8 megapixel camera and WVGA video recording, This Samsung is set to be stiff competition with the LG KC910 Renoir we will get you more information as it becomes available.

Source: gsmarena


2 thoughts on “Samsung M8800 Pixon to rival LG KC910 Renoir”

  1. MITCH says:

    Didn’t get the Samsung Omnia due to inconclusive reviews about its responsiveness and the not so enviable Windows OS.
    However, the less slimline 8800 appears to be more promising.
    Two points to ponder: (1) Does the area surrounding the camera lense have to be so large in order for us to know that its 8mp?
    (2) Why is Wi-Fi absent? Is it an oversight that will be corrected before final release or are the designers simply daft?

  2. MITCH says:

    Oh, I forgot to ask why is the touchscreen so restricted? Why couldn’t it be broader across – to give it the wide screen factor? The beauty of the i-Phone is that luxurious glassy look of the facade.
    Samsung and LG keep missing the point with too much mechanical buttons and wasted metalic spaces around narrow screen. Take a look at the concept Eclipse Intuit, thats how we do it, folks!