Samsung MM-A800, a wonder ... that does not work

David Pogue, columnist for the technology section of The New York Times, makes a very thorough review of the Samsung MM-A800 (which begins to market in the US operator Srpint). A wonderful phone that integrates multiple functions: two megapixel camera, capacity to receive television broadcasts, can record up to 90 minutes of video, they have a voice recognition system and an application to scan business cards (and pass the data directly) to the agenda).

Fantastic, acknowledges Pogue, to later specify that it is a pity that it does not work (well). The applications are full of problems, such as the impossibility of taking a photo and sending it easily. In any case, the MM-A800 seems to show some of the applications that we will certainly see on more than one of the future mobile devices.

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