Samsung Announces 12 Megapixel Phone
Today Samsung announced a new phone touting a 12 megapixel camera. The Pixon12 features a full 3.1-inch AMOLED touch display and advanced camera features such as a dedicated camera power button, touch-based autofocus, fast shutter speeds, instant scene-changing modes, Xenon flash and 28mm wide angle lens. Photos can be sorted by by tags, file names, ratings, and time, and it features tools for uploading to social networking sites. The Pixon12 captures video at 30 frames per second at 720 x 480 pixels. The Pixon12 has quad-band GSM/EDGE, 900/2100 dual-band HSDPA/HSUPA, Wi-Fi, GPS and FM radios on board. It goes on sale in Europe later in June.
HTC RE is an Action Cam for Everyone
HTC today announce the RE Camera, a small standalone camera device that connects to any Android or iOS device. Roughly the size and shape of an inhaler, the waterproof body sports an ultra-simple interface with a capture button you press to snap a still, and hold down to record video.
Kodak Ektra Is More Camera Than Phone
Bullitt Group today announced the Kodak Ektra, an Android smartphone that focuses on providing a steady camera experience. Bullitt is the company behind CAT phones and made another Kodak-branded phone earlier this year.
Samsung Adds Galaxy A7 to A Series Lineup
Samsung today announced the Galaxy A7, the largest of the three A Series handsets. The A7 features a 5.5 inch HD Super AMOLED screen and a slim, metallic design.
Lumia 735 Tempts the Vain with High-Quality Selfie Cam
Nokia today revealed the Lumia 735, a device that features advanced self-imaging tools. The 735 has a 5-megapixel camera with a wide-angle lens and dedicated "Lumia Selfie" app.
It will probably take nice pictures?
and shots still probably won't look as a decent as a good point and shoot
is it just me, or does increasing the pixel count on cellphone cameras only result in larger not-so-great pictures? i mean, some of them do take decent shots. but it seems like even the ultra large megapixel cell