Does Samsung i9070 Galaxy s advance can record 1080p videos

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samsung i9070 galaxy s advance is now available at market. I heard it cant record 1080p videos, is that true.
And its camera options are quite low quality.
If I buy this, is it worth of my money ?

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Does Samsung i9070 Galaxy s advance can record 1080p videos

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Hello Bayonjoset, 

Samsung i9070 Galaxy S advance does not support 1080p videos, and it records 720p HD (30 fps). It's camera is 5 megapixels and front facing camera is 1.3 megapixels. It has got LED Flash, aperture size is F2.7, and has Auto Focus feature. You might like this product of Samsung because of its powerful dual core processor, 768 Mb ram and 16GB internal memory, good black candybar design and its pricing. But on the other hand, you might not like its 400×800 pixels screen resolution of only 233ppi pixel density, and its inability to broadcast Mobile TV.

Choose the phone that goes with your style and your personality and of course, helps you make good use of it.

Hope you get the perfect phone that meets your needs.

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Does Samsung i9070 Galaxy s advance can record 1080p videos

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Hello there!

Samsung i9070 is pretty much the talk of the town lately. However, including in its key features, it does not have the 1080p video quality that you wanted and yet it only has the 720p quality although it is not that of a high quality that you expect it to be, the other key features are of big advantage to the new Samsung model. Thinking about it, this new Samsung i9070 is competing in the market also with the technology that is in great demand. If you were thinking of buying the Samsung i9070 and you are looking for greater quality for videos and pictures, then I could honestly say that the model does not have it although videos with 720p are in good quality also. 

Hope it helped you.

Thanks.

-Cesar-

 

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