Samsung’s new ISOCELL image sensor promises increased light sensitivity and higher color fidelity, even in poor lighting conditions. Let’s take a look at exactly how Samsung aims to achieve such results.
At MWC, we were curious to see the G Pro 2 and its OIS Plus in action, to see if there’s some substance behind LG’s claims. Because we only had limited time with the device, we put it through a quick comparison with its sibling, LG G2, which also comes with a 13MP camera with optical image stabilization.
According to insider sources, Samsung will be packing tons of features into its new flagship Galaxy S5 camera, including a 16MP image sensor, new “side touch” button, and a huge array of camera modes.
Sony’s new mounts will let you equip a QX10 or QX100 smart lens on just about any tablet on the market, but give the distinct impression that they were designed with Sony’s own Xperia and Vaio devices in mind.
Toshiba wants to put a Lytro-like camera in your next smartphone, if any manufacturer decides to pick up the new camera module. Read on for more!
It’s our last Google Play Weekly of the year! In this one we’ll talk about some last minute 2013 news and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss this week!
Samsung is now merging its imaging division with its wireless division in an effort to improve the smartphone camera experience. Keep reading to learn more!
Most customers have just a vague idea of what all the camera specs and buzzwords mean. So, what really matters to you and what’s just empty talk? What do you look for in a smartphone camera?
Samsung is not going to abandon the megapixels war any time soon. The Korean giant is said to be preparing 16MP and 20MP camera sensors for its 2014 flagships, while optical image stabilization (OIS) will have to wait.
Google confirmed that it’s working on a new software foundation for cameras on Android devices and that a software update design to fix the performance issues of the Nexus 5 will arrive shortly.