We've all seen them: huge billboard posters promoting the amazing powers of a cameraphone (some ads show a screen image that looks like it has better resolution that your HDTV)....

We’ve all seen them: huge billboard posters promoting the amazing powers of a cameraphone (some ads show a screen image that looks like it has better resolution that your HDTV). I suppose some of us take it with a grain of salt, but others, shockingly, believe what adverts tell them.

Korean Consumers groups have launched a legal challenge against Samsung over what they say are the company’s exaggerated claims for its mobile phones, the Chosun Ilbo reports. Two groups called "V4400 Consumers’ Power" and "Tipsters for the Public Good" filed complaints with Suwon District Prosecutors Office on Monday against Samsung Electronics for false advertising of its camcorder phone SPH-V4400, known as the "Kwon Sang-woo Phone".

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