Blackberry Storm 9500 Vs Samsung M8800 Pixon
Blackberry Storm 9500 is a business focused mobile phone manufactured by Blackberry and Samsung Pixon M8800 is a perfectly loaded camera phone with 8 MP camera. The specs lists of these contenders are mentioned below.
Both of the widgets are equipped with 3.2 inches touchscreen displays but with different resolution and colours. Blackberry Storm 9500’s screen displays 65k colours at 480 x 360 Pixels resolution. It is a hefty device caryying 160 grams with physical dimensions of 112.5 x 62.2 x 14 mm. While Samsung Pixon M8800’s screen offers 262k colours at resolution of 240 x 400 Pixels. Both of these have Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate.
The former device works over BlackBerry® Operating System and comes featured with Touch Screen Keyboard (Portrait & Landscape) and exclusively loaded with Portrait SureType®, SurePress(TM) Touch Screen Navigation, Screen Lock and Password Protection.
It allows capturing beautiful moments through 3.2 Megapixel Camera. Camera feature are Auto Focus, Flash, Image Stabiliser, Camera Settings etc. This widget is Facebook & MySpace compatible as well as having HTML browser. It has been bestowed with 3G HSDPA, WiFi, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth and USB so you can easily get connected to Internet and exchange data to other compatible devices. It comprises GPS Navigation with A GPS and BlackBerry® Maps. You can store huge data with 1 GB internal storage, 128 MB RAM while 8GB card is included and also up to 16GB can be upgraded.
Let’s now discuss about Samsung Pixon M8800 which is an ultimate camera phone. As expected, it comes fitted with 8 MP camera with a set of latest functions and some of them are Panorama Shot, autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, face, smile and blink detection, image stabilization, wide dynamic range etc.
It also renders a videocall camera which is not available on its competitor. Like its challenger, it also supports 3G HSDPA, Bluetooth, USB, GPRS and EDGE technologies for connectivity and data transmission but unfortunately you would not get Wi-Fi technology here. This one has got WAP 2.0, XHTML and HTML browser. For rendering information to new locations, it also owns GPS Receiver supported by A GPS Function.