Scalado's PhotoFlow on the Nokia 5800 video

“PhotoFlow, from Scalado, is a piece of software that can be used to view, and zoom-in on, images stored on the phone. While Gallery ties in with the rest of the phone (e.g. send as MMS) PhotoFlow is a better performer if you are simply interested in viewing images; as our video demonstrates, you are able to browse through images and zoom in much faster than the standard Gallery application. Read on for more and to view the video.The application takes advantage of some of the technology in Scalado’s CAPS Imaging technology which is designed to improve imaging performance on mobile devices (viewing, capturing and manipulating). CAPS technology has been included in a number of products, but this is the first, widely available, S60 application that we’ve seen take advantage of it with such an apparent impact.” via

Samsung Acme i8910 runs on Symbian S60 5th Edition and records HD at 720p

Samsung Acme i8910, the touchscreen handset that appeared yesterday in a couple of pictures, has now showed up once again on the Web, this time in high-quality shots and with more details on its specs.It turns out that the Acme i8910 is a smartphone running on Symbian S60 5th Edition, thus being the third device to come with this OS, after Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and Nokia N97.The Acme i8910 looks sleeker than both N97 and 5800 (in my eyes at least), so it will probably be a tough competitor for these Nokia handsets.
Apart from the S60 5th Edition platform, the known features of Samsung Acme include:

  • A wide touchscreen display – it’s not clear yet of what resolution
  • Wi-Fi and DNLA
  • GPS
  • 8MP camera with flash and HD video recording
  • DivX support
  • HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) support
  • And a 3.5mm headset jack

And one more (maybe) super cool thing. Samsung Acme i8910 can record video at 720p HD resolution!! Eldar says he tried it on Acme, and the clip was recorded and played on his TV at 720p, no problem…” More photos here: