The Samsung Pixon 12 has followed its predecessor in breaking the mould for combined mobile and photographic gadgetry, it has been advised.

In a new article posted on the Gaj-it website, Tanya Hall looked at the handset which was recently announced as the replacement to the eight-megapixel model that came before.

She explained in addition to the extra four megapixels that have been included to the handset’s integrated sensor technology, its South Korean makers had incorporated a number of other interesting facilities.

"All in all, Samsung has really come up with the goods in this handset, which is not only packed full of features, but comes with a bit of quality gravitas," Ms Hall added.

The Samsung Pixon 12 is equipped with 150 MB of storage for music, video, photos and other documents – but this can be expanded to 16 GB with the right MicroSD card.

It also boasts a 3.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen, as well as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity – and is the first 12-megapixel cameraphone to hit the market.

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