World's First 3.2MP Camera Phone Casio A5406CA

Posted: May 18 2004, 8:23am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:32pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

World's First 3.2MP Camera Phone Casio A5406CA
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Casio beats everybody to release the World's first 3.2 Mega Pixel Camera Mobile Phone.

When the american consumer not even have access to 2 Mega Pixel Camera Phones, Japan already gets the Casio A5406CA Camera Phone with 3.2 Mega Pixel resolution (2048×1536) and auto-focus. The Camera has nine settings for takeing photos including night scenery, twilight, food and person. The main display on the A5406 CA is 2.3inch in size (240×320 dots). It also has stereo sound generation with DVX of the DiMAGIC technologies.
The Casio A5406 CA measures 51×102×28mm and weighs 125g with battery.

Casio also launched the A5407 CA that sports a 2 mega pixel digital camera.

More details in Casio Press-Release(japanese) and on Wireless Watch Japan.
The mobile phone supports 200 hours stand-by time and 160min talk time.

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