The T-Mobile Cameo is a wirelessly connected digital photo frame with its own phone number. The Cameo allows you to quickly and easily send photos from your phone or email account to the frame and have them appear with very little effort on the part of the frame owner. The Cameo is a great way to share vacation photos with those left at home too and is priced very competitively.
The back shows the specs and features of the digital photo frame.
The Cameo is housed in a plastic protective shell with the black leather frame mounted on it.
A manual, warranty papers, A/C adapter, and USB cable are included in the package.
I would have liked to have seen a black power cable with the black Cameo and frame since the white kind of takes away from the product.
The controls and identifying information on the Cameo are found on the back.
A sturdy mounting bar is included if you want to use the photo frame on your desk.
Here you can see how the mounting bar holds the frame up at an established angle. There is no capability for changing the angle of the frame.
The Cameo has a slight backwards angle for easy viewing.
This old photo of Granny in her youth looks good on the Cameo on my desk.
A single press of the center button brings up the menu options. You scroll through them using the right and left buttons.
One option is to easily change the photo order on the Cameo.
When a photo comes in from a new contact then a pop-up appears on the display.
You can accept all future photos from a contact or reject them with the proper response.
Here is the confirmation message you receive when you add a contact.
Frame with cable and mounting bar.
Here you can see the right, left, and center action button.
There are four small clips that slide into place to secure the cover on the Cameo. It comes with a black leather cover and there may be optional ones you can later purchase.
There is an SD slot so you can load a virtually unlimited number of photos on the frame. With the SD slot you can easily just take it from your camera and put it in the Cameo. The miniUSB port lets you connect the frame and transfer from your PC too.