No, if the camera on the mobile phone is damaged, you can give it to company to repair it.
Yes you can.. but the pictures will get saved on the phone.. not the SIM card.
In my case the best camera is always the one which you just happen to have with you when you want to shoot a picture. This makes my mobile phone the best camera but the quality is poor. So my ideal camera would be the one within a mobile phone but as good and fast as an SLR.
you cant get rid of it but you can change it by going to menu, applications settings, camera settings, camera, then one of the options is shutter sound (probably for that phone) then change your sound.
If I'm not wrong its not possible for your phone. You need a phone with a Symbian OS 9.1/above. Get a Nokia (Probably Nseries) and buy Mobiola Webcam. It uses your phone back/front camera to use as the webcam. It can reach up to 5.0 megapixels.
Can safelink phone have camera options.
Whether you mean physical memory or picture quality - in both examples, a digital camera is far superior to a mobile phone.
I am a tween, and I would say a mobile phone. I have both but in dangerous situations a video camera is not going to help you. Have fun with your new video camera or cell phone!
Phillippe kahn in june1997
In general, the higher the mega pixel rating, the better the camera. For example, a mobile phone which has a camera with a mega pixel rating of 5 will take much better pictures than a camera with a rating of 2 mp.
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Mobile camera phones can be purchased in the UK from many different stores and retailers. Some examples that sell mobile camera phones include HTC and Wired.
there should be a camera on the front of it
sony ericsson w205 no wonder its a low megapixel mobile but it is a cool mobile
Mobile9 offer many different features on their mobile phone. It offers texting, long distance, mobile to mobile, downloading, picture, camera and other features.