Sunset drive HD recording using Samsung Galaxy S

I think the title says it all, and as the video, below

And if you want to see it in all HD glory, you have to go to youtube website  and turn on 720p. This 4 minutes video sized at 370MB. I know that’s really big but that’s HD. The amazing things is the clarity, for me. And no wonder the phone has internal memory 15GB. Wait, I didn’t tell you before ah ? :p

What do you think? oh there’s additional picture too.

Sunset at Seri Kembangan

Liyana Fizi a.k.a Estrella at Ayesha-Mundzir Wedding.

Panoramic shot of Titiwangsa lake where they wedding were held. Click on the picture to view it on full size. It is really beautiful

My adrenalin boost when working, in macro focus.

It is 5 Megapixel camera and I think that is standard issue in every smartphone nowadays. So what’s your take on this? Comment yeah!

Stay tuned for more review about Samsung Galaxy S. See all Samsung Galaxy S / Maxis10 review here.

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Jul 2010
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4 Responses to : Sunset drive HD recording using Samsung Galaxy S

  1. Drexar says:

    Nice picture.. mmg boleh kata one of the best phone right now :)

  2. tekong says:

    drexar – tula aku dah rasa comfy gila ngan henpon ni. Kekok bila pegang Hero aku yg lama lol.

  3. I’m a latest Omnia (910) user on Verizon who was incredibly disappointed with Windows Mobile 6.1 and Samsung’s shell. Wound up purchasing SPB Mobile Shell to have a usable interface and needed to abandon Exchange electronic mail caused by protection restrictions. Basically anytime you tried to place or acquire a call, you had to enter your PIN and I was missing calls as being a result. Lastly made the decision to abandon smartphones for that time being (economic causes) and wait for a fantastic Android system. The Galaxy S (Facinate) should fit the bill. Disappointed to hear from the GPS troubles. Let me add that Verizon’s 3G assistance was superb through and I at some point stopped utilizing WiFi because V3G was a lot quick enough for me.Interestingly, I’m using the Omnia being a wireless system all-around the residence for checking e mail, Twitter, Facebook and simple browsing. But not as being a mobile phone!

  4. tekong says:

    alica – i think the blame goes to the OS, windos mobile.

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