The Panasonic Z800 is a compact 3G phone
with a 1.3 megapixel main camera and Bluetooth,
and it packs a lot of features into a relatively
At 97x49x26mm and 115 grams weight,
the Z800 is only a little larger than many
GSM phones, and is comfortable smaller than
most of its 3G rivals.
However, the Z800 doesn't cut corners
when it comes to features, and it features
twin camera to enable video calling, with
an internal unit with 0.1 megapixels resolution
for video, plus the 1.3 megapixel external
unit. The main screen is 176x220 pixels
in 65,000 colours, and there's a 64x96 pixel
external display too. The Z800 takes mini-SD
memory cards so that you can easily transfer
and store large quantities of pictures,
video clips and audio files.
You can connect the Panasonic Z800 to
a PC or accessory with Bluetooth, USB 2.0
or infra-red, and the Z800 supports tri-band
GSM and GPRS if you roam out of a 3G area.
The software on the Z800 allows you to
surf the web with the built-in WAP 2.0 browser,
access emails and of course send and receive
MMS and SMS messages. The Panasonic Z800
supports Java, so you can download more
applications and games.
Of course, the Z800 features polyphonic
ringtones, but it can also play back a variety
of media formats in stereo, making the Z800
a useful MP3 player too.
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