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Lighting Take pictures where there is lots of light. Some of newer models have a built in flash and this makes a tremendous difference in quality of pictures.
Compatibility Your camera phone must be compatible with your network. Check with your service provider if you are in market for a new phone. If you are purchasing a camera phone with a cell phone plan, web retailer should have some kind of comparison chart to show you which phones are recommended or supported by your network. Look for MMS capability. Multimedia Messaging is required to send photos out and to receive them from other cell phones.
Batteries Flashes can suck life out of your cell phone battery. The longer talk time on your cell phone, better it will be able to stand up to all of your camera phone extras.
To get best value on a camera phone, purchase a brand that is known for having best cell phones. If a company spent their time and research efforts on producing an excellent phone, they will do same when it comes to making camera phones. As with other electronics, you get higher quality, better sound and better pictures as price goes up.
However, great deals on camera phones can be found on web. Know facts about capabilities of camera phones, decide how much you want spend and shop around. If you’re on a budget, you can get a camera phone in $50 to $150 price range if phone is purchased with a service plan.
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