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  1. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by catstide View Post
    just thinking...would this be widely accepted? this would be nice for video conferencing but would it eliminate the phones ability to be used as a camera with a viewfinder screen? would it have two cameras,a front facing and a back facing? would the camera be on some kind of flip mechanism where it could be flipped from front to back?just thinking out loud......
    There would be two fixed cameras one on the front one on the back. The front viewing one (from what I have heard so far) would only be used as a video camera for transmitting video. The back one would be both for photos and video.



  2. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlevy73 View Post
    There would be two fixed cameras one on the front one on the back. The front viewing one (from what I have heard so far) would only be used as a video camera for transmitting video. The back one would be both for photos and video.
    That sounds pretty cool. Thanks for clarifying that Jlevy.

  3. #11
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    Cisco Systems has a global install base of VoIP with their UCC and how well you can tie BB's right into it the benefits of doing video conference, single call reach, presence this would be some real added benefit for higher up execs.



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