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Which Camera Phone You Buy This Christmas?

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Posted by Jayden Attard on December 21, 2007 at 1:49 am

Christmas is fast approaching, so it’s time to do a few recommendations to help those of you looking to buy a mobile phone for someone as the perfect Christmas present.

The first recommendation is in the camera phone category. Camera phones have been released by the bucket load this year, with 5 mega pixels now the norm for the top-end phones. These phones now come with picture quality so good, they’re actually on a par with digital cameras from just a few years ago.
Read on to see which camera phone should you buy for Christmas?
The main contenders are the:

  • Nokia N95 – Great camera, fantastic phone, with more features than you’ll know what to do with. But this review’s based on the quality of the camera, and the N95’s is marginally poorer than the G800 and K850i’s.
  • Sony Ericsson K850i – The benchmark in terms of image quality. Just a shame about its relatively sparse feature-list.
  • Samsung G800 – Pictures as good as the K850i, but with HSDPA and optical zoom. The clear winner.
  • Samsung G600 – Still a great camera phone compared to others, but not compared to the line up here. Super-slim, though, and extremely fashionable.
  • LG Viewty – Image quality good, but not as good as the top 3, but a great touch screen and the best in class video recorder.
  • Sony Ericsson K850i – The benchmark in terms of image quality. Just a shame about its relatively sparse feature-list.

Each of these offers 5 mega pixels, auto focus and a plethora of neat camera tricks – in other words, their high quality camera phones that’ll produce great looking pictures.

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