2 Mega Pixel Camera Phone - Casio A5403CA

Posted: Oct 6 2003, 9:06am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:00pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

2 Mega Pixel Camera Phone - Casio A5403CA
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Casio released (translation) today a 2 Mega Pixel Camera Phone. Could be the world's first 2 MP camera phone. I did not see any other yet.

Yes let it sink in, the japanese camera phones already enter the 2 Mega Pixel level where the US for the most is still under 1 Mega Pixel. At 2 Mega Pixel you have got a resonable Digital Camera and you do not need to carry another device.

The Casio A503CA features a 2.2 inch QVGA Color Display and features a 16MB SD Memory Card to store the photos. The 2MP CCD can take UXGA (1600x1200) photos. The camera has auto focus and scene selection (character, night, close-up, etc.). The docking station connects via USB to a PC.

Size: 51(width)x102(height)x26mm
Weight: 120g

Japanese provider KDDI will carry the Casio A503CA phones. The press-release (translation) states that delivery to KDDI has begun.

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