Samsung and T-Mobile today announced the first 8MP camera phone to land on a U.S. carrier, the Memoir. The Memoir, which features a full touchscreen display, looks more like a point and shoot camera than a cell phone. The device will sport Samsung’s TouchWIZ user interface, which features a left sidebar that owners can use to drag and drop applications to and from the phone’s desktop. A new photo widget will allow Memoir owners to quickly share photos to Flickr, Kodak Gallery, Photobucket, and Snapfish. The Memoir will run on T-Mobile’s new 3G network, so it shouldn’t have an issue getting those pictures to the Web in a snap. We’re excited for the high megapixel device, especially after enjoying the 5MP cam on the Behold, which launched on T-Mobile late last year. We hope the image sensor is large enough for clear shots without too much noise, though. Other features include full GPS, stereo Bluetooth support, and an HTML browser. We’ll be in Barcelona to get an early hands-on with the Memoir on February 15th, stay tuned for our first impressions. Pricing and availability are not yet known.