Now that the megapixels war is starting to cool off, it’s good to see mobile manufacturers finally focusing on refining the quality, not just the resolution of smartphone cameras. One development that we particularly appreciate is the rise of camera modules equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS) technology.
Currently, the HTC One and the LG G2 are the two Android flagships that feature OIS cameras, enabling them to shoot smoother video and take great pics even in difficult conditions.
Samsung devices may join the OIS club starting next year, thanks to the development of a 13MP camera module with optical image stabilization by its component making unit Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEM).
According to SEM, the new sensor is superior to current solutions, offering a correction angle of 1.5 degrees, compared to the 0.7 degrees on most cameras. This means that the camera lens can tilt more in order to compensate for the unwanted movement caused by shaky hands or vibrations. Moreover, the new sensor offers better performance in low-light – images are eight times brighter compared to SEM’s previous modules – as well as low battery consumption.
SEM is currently sampling the new module to partners, and expects to mass-produce it starting with the beginning of 2014. The Samsung Galaxy S5, expected in early Q2 2014, could be the first phone to use it, rumors suggest.
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I was here first just waiting for someone to comment and this is what I get :/
And yes I’m bored :D
XD I thought your name was MisterMuffin, I just realized it’s MasterMuffin
that’s not bad, I’ve been called masterfaggotmuffin today (some random troll) D:
I guess master muffin is an AA fanguy. He’s the first one to comment on almost every article
This wild animal can be found on other website comment sections too. It strikes quick and deadly! Sometimes it goes to sleep, but after a short while it wakes up again with more energy than before. It has always something to say. It is a fascinating creature. The specie is called: MastericaMuffinnica!
The camera doesn’t matter. I’ll throw off any Samsung device given to me. All because of overblown touchwiz
How hard it is to spend 5 seconds installing a launcher?
It depends on the skill I guess. It could be the hardest 5 seconds for some.
i agree, but you are left over with a ton of s-services which you can’t even disable let alone uninstall.
can i buy this component and put it in my note 3?
Wait for it Nokia :D