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.
LG Earmarks the Q8 for Europe and Asia
LG today provided more details about the Q8 smartphone. The handset, which appeared online last week, targets one-handed use and easy portability.
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.
Asus Brings ZenFone 4 Lineup to U.S.
Asus recently announced plans to bring its ZenFone 4 series of phones to the U.S. unlocked market this year.
LG Q8 Appears to Be Smaller Variant of the V20
LG's Italian web site recently provided details about an unannounced handset called the Q8. The Q8 appears to be a less-expensive, smaller version of the LG V20.
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