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Chapter 22. Camera Phones: Sprint PCS Vision > Features and Considerations

Features and Considerations

When selecting a digital camera phone, one of the key features is the amount of memory supported by the phone. This determines how many photos you can store on the phone before having to upload them to the Web, erase them, or transfer them to a PC to free up space. The memory storage space is either on the phone itself, if you have an integrated digital camera, or on the snap-on camera part of the device. As an example, the PCS Vision Camera from Sprint PCS holds up to 15 pictures with VGA resolution. After this number of photos have been taken, you must plug the camera into your mobile phone and either erase some of the images or upload some to your Pictures Inbox on the Web.

The other alternative for storing photos is the portable flash memory-sticks. As an example, wireless carriers such as NTT DoCoMo in Japan are using memory sticks from Sony for their i-shot digital camera phones.


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