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Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Samsung Memoir Makes Official Debut at Mobile World Congress 2009


Samsung Mobile and T-Mobile USA today officially unveiled the Samsung Memoir, a touch-screen phone with an 8-megapixel camera, to be available exclusively through T-Mobile USA beginning February 25, 2009.

The built-in 8-megapixel camera comes equipped with Xenon flash, CMOS auto focus and 16x digital zoom. Accessing the Memoir?s camera menu, users can adjust the brightness and flash, change the default destination of images, select a timer and zoom in or out. In addition, the Memoir?s camera allows users to set special effects on an image, including black and white, sepia, negative and watercolor; features blink detection, face detection, anti-shake to reduce blur, and geo-tagging, which records coordinate information of where the user is at the time the picture is taken into the image files; provides optimal settings for a variety of shooting situations including portrait, landscape, night, sports, party/indoor, beach snow, sunset, dawn, fall color, fireworks and backlight; automatically changes the white balance using the setting appropriate for the light source, including daylight, incandescent, fluorescent or cloudy and features five different shooting modes, including single, continuous, panorama, smile shot and mosaic.

Users can also record video for up to 60 minutes depending on the resolution format. With the TV-out feature, users can share custom slideshows, video or images on a television. The Memoir?s proximity sensor works to automatically adjust the backlight when using the phone?s camera in different environments, as well as lock the LCD screen when brought to the user?s ear when making or receiving calls.

The Memoir features Samsung?s TouchWiz user interface, including two new widgets that give one-touch access to information and entertainment. The online weather widget connects to The Weather Channel automatically for updated weather information and forecasts in the user?s city. The camera widget provides instant access to the user?s pictures and camera functionality such as slideshow, as well as their favorite online photo sharing resource, including flickr, Kodak Gallery, Photobucket and Snapfish. With full HTML web browsing capabilities and T-Mobile?s 3G network, users can also download images or videos and make updates to social networking sites. In addition, the Memoir features a music and video player, as well as multiple messaging capabilities, full touch virtual QWERTY keypad with haptic feedback and Assisted GPS.

The Memoir will be exclusively available through T-Mobile USA beginning February 25, 2009.



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