Verizon today launched the “first 3.2 megapixel cameraphone” in the US today. The A990 includes features such as video recording (up to 1 hour with a microSD card), photo editing, music support and wireless printing. Also included in the package is 180 degree swivel display, business card scanning capability (we’re not sure how this works or where), EVDO compatibility, and a TV out for viewing photos and videos. Expect about 315 hours of standby time and 245 minutes of talk time and other standard features such as Bluetooth and speakerphone. The SCH-990 is available online now, and should make its retail presence July 24, 2006. Cost you $349 after a $50 rebate.
Verizon Launches 3.2 Megapixal Cameraphone [DigitalTrends]
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