If you had fun dreaming about all the things you would do with the super-feature-packed Samsung INNOV8 i850, then you will be blown away by what you are about to find out. Samsung, it appears, wastes no time in delivering tomorrow’s cellphones today, as they are currently preparing yet another 8 megapixel cameraphone that’s geared to be their top multimedia handset for this year.
Not wary of cannibalizing INNOV8 i850 sales, Samsung will release a handset called the Samsung Bresson M8800 with similar specs and several improvements. The “Bresson” part of its name is said to be derived from a French photographer considered the father of modern photojournalism, Henri Cartier-Bresson. M8800 is its product code.
The Samsung Bresson M8800′s camera is said to be so good that it features “every camera function under the sun,” all while only measuring 15.5mm thick.
It has a 3.2-inch 16 million color display that’s actually a touchscreen that supports full HDTV viewing. GPS mapping, HSDPA, “serious music capabilities” and improved office interaction applications are said to be also on-board. So aside from multimedia the Samsung Bresson M8800 should have you covered in other areas of your life as well.
Unlike Nokia, Samsung has been keen to keep leaked photos of the Samsung Bresson M8800 off the Internet so far, but rumor has it that it will be officially announced on September 25th. That might seem like a long shot since its rumored launch date is only less than a week away, but since you can confirm that it’s real with a quick Google search, suddenly it doesn’t sound so impossible.
We’ll see what happens come September 25th. And if Samsung comes out with their official Samsung Bresson M8800 announcement, we’ll be ready. So should you.
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