Samsung 'adds better camera to older model'
3 March 2009 — 10:15 AM
The latest phone from Samsung could tempt fans of one of the manufacturer's older models, it has been suggested.
According to a recent article for Unwired View, the South Korean manufacturer's Memoir device has shades of its Behold predecessor, but comes with a better camera.
Whereas the former is equipped with an eight-megapixel sensor, the latter came sporting five megapixels, which could tempt some into recycling used mobiles to trade up.
The Memoir also utilise Samsung's Touchwiz user interface - which has featured on recent models such as the Omnia and Tocco - and comes in a new design that looks like a camera from the back and a phone from the front.
"Overall I was impressed by the Samsung Memoir," the review concluded.
The Samsung Behold is also known as the SGH-t919 and was released in 2008. The phone is equipped with a five-megapixel camera, GPS navigation system, integrated media player and full HTML web browser.
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