Become An Internet Superstar With Sony’s New Bloggie Touch Camera Phones
All you networking freaks like me would not even wait for a minute to buy it after reading about the Sony’s new Bloggie Touch Camera Phones.
Just have a look at the picture of this Bloggie Touch that boasts a pretty large touchscreen on the back of the phone, and you would fall in love with it. The Bloggie Touch is specifically meant to share your photos and videos easily.
The Flip Side HD touchscreen is used to mark your selected content for sharing on social media like Flickr, Facebook, and YouTube as long as the Bloggie Touch is connected to your PC. The Bloggie Touch is compatible only with Windows run PCs and the device will have to use its own software.
The new Bloggie Touch has a big record button on the back of the control. Along with this one, there are two more buttons on the side to take photos and for power. One major feature of the Bloggie Touch is that it can shoot 1080p video, while any other similar device can shoot only at 720p. Thanks to the large sensor, it is capable of shooting large still images. It can shoot 12.2MP images as well. Another striking feature of this cam-phone is that you can shoot still images even while you are recording a video. It has a 4x digital zoom, but there will be no optical zoom to it.
The 8GB model is marked by the model number MHS-TS20/S and can capture up to 4 hours of HD video. The 4GB model comes with the model number MHS-TS10/S and is capable of capturing 3 hours of HD video.
The model MHS-TS10/S or the 4GB model comes with a well-built 12.8 megapixel camera and has a 3 inch digital screen. It has a USB arm and supports MP4 video format. You can get them in silver and black colors. On the other hand, you have the model MHS-TS20/S, or the 8GB model, with a 12.8 megapixel camera and a 3 inch screen. Just like the other model, it also has a USB arm and supports MP4 video format.
The MHS-TS20/S model costs US$ 199.99, while the MHS-TS10/S model comes for US$ 179.99. Would these attractive new Sony phones become a tough competition of Apple’s iPhone and other touchphones like the HTC Touch Pro?