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Samsung announced the SCH-B600 ten megapixel camera-phone way back in March this year, but this week launched the device to consumers in its native South Korea. The camera's equipped with a 3x optical zoom, 5x digital zoom, auto-focus and a flash, but if photography's not your thing, the B600 can pick up digital TV broadcasts, not to mention the usual music and phone features. It'll cost KRW900,000 ($939/£506/€749) South Korea Telecom customers. ®

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