No sooner has Samsung announced its expanded range of Corby phones, now its just released a new mobile phone that supports a 12-megapixel camera.
The handset was first spotted in June but the SCH-W880 - which has been more commonly known, in this part of the world, as the M8920 - has just enjoyed its initial release into the Korean market. As well as packing in an impressive 12-megapixel camera, the facility also adds extra features to boot. For example, the camera includes a Xenon flash plus a 3x optical zoom. According to observers, the new phone is being viewed as a successor to the Samsung Pixon12, the company's first foray into the 12-megapixel camera world, according to the Samsung Hub website.
There are currently no confirmed details as to if and when the new M8920 will appear in Europe. However, reports say that the design will, eventually, appear in a range of European territories. There is also no word on a proposed price.
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