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Samsung CL80: A Point-and-Shoot Crammed with 14 Megapixels, Wi-Fi and AMOLED Touchscreen

Samsung CL80: A Point-and-Shoot Crammed with 14 Megapixels, Wi-Fi and AMOLED Touchscreen

On paper, Samsung's CL80 point-and-shoot is a superfluous spec nerd wet dream: Built-in Wi-Fi, 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 14 (okay, noisy) megapixels and 720p video recording. Oh, and it might be the most serious (read: best) looking camera they've made yet.



You can send photos through email, or to Facebook, YouTube and Picasa over Wi-Fi, though it crushes the photos down to 2 megapixels. Same story with beaming them using Bluetooth 2.0: resolution's cut to 1024x768. Besides Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, it's got HDMI and DLNA support, so it should just work with other DLNA stuff.


A possibly interesting note is that Samsung says that the CL80 and its crummier brother, the TL240, are the first ever products made using hydro-forming, which supposedly 'allows for greater flexibility during the design process and gives manufacturers the ability to produce smoother silhouettes, seamless bonding, and higher quality surfaces.' Mmmmmhmmmm.





(Via Gizmodo: Cameras.)

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