Samsung Youtube Phone SGH-L760

Posted: Jul 10 2007, 5:30am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:43am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Samsung Youtube Phone SGH-L760
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Samsung introduces a Youtube enabled mobile phone for the European market. LG Electronics just announced last week a partnership with Google to build Youtube enabled mobile phones.

The Samsung SGH-L760 is a 3G phone lets you upload video recorded with the phones' camera directly to Youtube, uBlog and Buzznet.
If the video taken with the SGH-L760 has decent quality the direct upload to Youtube is a great feature and ideal for citizen reporting. The SGH-L760 slider features a 2MP video camera, TFT screen with 176 x 200 pixel resolution, FM radio, Bluetooth, MP3 player, web browser, RSS reader and microSD card.
Measurements of the L760 are 100x47x15mm.

Samsung will release the SGH-L760 Youtube phone still this month in Germany and other European countries. Carrier O2 will offer the SGH-L760 in Germany.
The iPhone supports watching Youtube videos, but has no video camera to actually create and upload videos to Youtube.

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