Items tagged with camera phone

Samsung announced the S5K4EA, a new quarter-inch optical format, 5-megapixel system-on-chip (SoC) image sensor that will bring high quality digital still camera functionality to high-end mobile phones. This imager combines a CMOS image sensor with an image signal processor to give mobile handset designers a cost effective and size efficient solution. The S5K4EA SoC imager offers adaptive dynamic range expansion capabilities to help brighten shadowed areas of a picture and intensify brighter regions. The imager also has an anti-shake control feature and the ability to process 1080p resolution images... Read more...
After posting a 43% decline in sales recently, Sony Ericsson is hoping to turn things around by launching two new camera-enabled mobile phones on AT&T’s network. Although a camera is pretty standard on most phones sold today, Sony Ericsson hopes to set itself apart with a high-megapixel model and a music-friendly handset that integrates with Facebook. C905a Cyber-shot Sony Ericsson's C905a Cyber-shot sports an 8.1-megapixel camera. This phone features the highest resolution camera ever offered in a mobile phone from AT&T. The C905a also offers autofocus, GPS tagging, face detection, and... Read more...
There’s been a decent amount of talk lately surrounding the megapixel race on camera phones. At Mobile World Congress, the only cell phone manufacturer to actually show proof of a 12 megapixel phone was Sony Ericsson. That doesn’t mean Sony Ericsson is the only manufacturer in the race, however. Not long after Sony Ericsson announced its 12.1 megapixel camera phone, codenamed Idou, Jeremy Newing, LG Mobile's head of marketing in the UK, told TechRadar that LG definitely plans to compete in the megapixel race by releasing its own 12 megapixel camera phone. Newing also made sure to mention that it’s... Read more...
Good evening friends, welcome back to HotHardware :)  The news flow slowed down this afternoon, but we managed to scrap up a few interesting articles for your reading pleasure.  Here is your evening shot of juice... Klipsch ProMedia Ultra 5.1 Review @ The Tech Zone "With a subwoofer enclosure that is 20 percent larger, the ProMedia Ultra 5.1 subwoofer incorporates a series of refinements designed to increase efficiency for more total output, lower distortion and deepen bass extension. These improvements include a lower tuning frequency, a voice coil that is 60 percent longer and... Read more...