photo messaging


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photo messaging

Taking a picture with a cellphone and sending it to someone. A photo messaging phone enables the user to aim it, take a picture and transmit it. If recipients do not have photo-enabled cellphones, they are directed to a Web page where they can view the images. Photo messaging phones are also capable of recording an audio track at the same time. See MMS and smartphone.
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