Across North America, the Audiovox PM-8920 markets itself as the first ever megapixel-resolution camera phone to be released. Bearing a clamshell model, the PM 8920 comes with CDMA network for its users. Equipped with two screens, the PM 8920 offers an LCD main display with 128x160 pixels resolution. Meanwhile, its external display comes at 96x94 pixels resolution and only displays some basic information about the phone like its network strength, battery status, and more. The phone also features GPS that helps its users be able to get location based support. With a capacity to save up to 5 numbers per entry, the PM 8920 has a phone book capacity of 300 entries and offers picture ID, ringer ID, and voice dialing as part of its call services. There are 26 custom ringtones stored in the phone and can still produce polyphonic ringtones with its 32-chord capacity. The phone comes with a 12-key alphanumeric keypad with predictive text through T9 technology. Text messaging and text messaging templates are available for users to enjoy. As for its software, the PM 8920 comes with games that make its user enjoy the graphics of the phone. Some versions are built with support for BREW and Java (J2ME) applications.
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