Samsung recently announced the i8510: an amazing 8.0 Megapixel Cameraphone! Also known as INNOV8, the Samsung i8510 will launch in August for Europe and in September for the rest of the world. The Samsung i8510 proudly features HSDPA 7.2 Mbps (900/2100), EDGE / GPRS (850/900/1800/1900), Symbian OS V9.3, a 2.8-inch VGA 16M TFT LCD screen, a 8MP CMOS with Auto Flash and Dual Power LED, Image Stabilizion, Face Detecting Software, and Auto-Panorama Shot. There are also included media players, A-GPS, and FM Radio with RDS. The i8510 can support up to 510 minutes of talk time and up to 310 hours of standby. Read more here!
Although rumours are that the Nokia N96 will initially be a UK-only release, most tech junkies will be able to live vicariously through articles and video reviews. After all, we already know that the N96 will feature 16 GB of internal memory, microSDHC support (for up to 16 GB of memory), a dual-slide design, a built-in kickstand for video watching, a 5 megapixel Zeiss camera with dual LED flash, GSM, HSDPA, a 2.8″ TFT display, 128 mb of RAM, and a Dual ARM 9 264 MHz CPU. There’s no word on pricing, yet, but if you have to ask… well, then the N96 might not be for you. Read more here!
Well, hello beautiful! Sony Ericsson has a gorgeous slider phone in development: the G705. The G705 slider will feature GPS, Wi-Fi, a 2.4″ display, a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, and 128 mb of internal memory. Rumours are that the slider will drop first in Arabic nations, but we’ll know more in a couple of weeks, when Sony holds an official press conference. [Via se-nse]
Nikon’s D700 is a new, high-powered DSLR geared towards the prosumer market (especially with its $2,999 pricetag). Serious photographers will drool over this camera: it comes with a 12.1 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor with Nikon’s EXPEED image processing technology, ISO sensitivity of up to 6400, continuous 5fps shooting, a 3 inch VGA colour monitor with 170 degree viewing capabilities, a tough magnesium body, two living shooting modes, Dynamic Integrated Dust Reduction System, Nikon’s Scene Recognition System, and built-in flash. To see the D700’s product page, click here!
This is possibly one of the most adorable portable flash drives that I have ever laid my eyes upon! Available in 1 GB or 2 GB capacities, it retails from the UK tech store Boys Stuff for $40 or $50 respectively.