It's great to see smartphones continue to get better camera sensors, I look forward to taking better shots than my current HTC Desire can produce. I mean standalone cameras are still gonna have the better lenses, but I carry my phone with me all the time, so it is useful.
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Clarity keeps going up which is nice, but will we ever get any sort of optical zoom? Just a little bit? That's what I would LOVE to see.
Very nice, the sensors keep getting smaller and higher quality. What I hope though is that they can increase the focus and click speed so there is no delay when pressing the button to getting the picture. When taking picture of kids which is what so many use their smartphone cameras for it is nearly impossible to get a clear shot. Hell sometimes it is even hard with my DSLR.
In terms of cameras, Nokia appears to have the best cameras (in their phones) by far, I mean the quality rivals that of a decent digital camera or even a DSLR... The 12MP sounds very tempting and of course, it's willing to make me forgo a DSLR for a smartphone but if the pictures from that sensor end up disappointing then I don't know what to do...
Cameras in phones have usually been disappointing, and I'm rooting for Sharp to at least come out on top with this camera sensor for smartphones.
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It's good to see! This kind of tech has come along way so far, but I'm not really into sharp products & I think that I will never be.
I've been thinking of doing the opposit from you in this case just to see how this tech goes. I can hardly wait for it to come out.
i wonder if this is going to be in the iPhone 5 or the next nexus?
It wouldn't surprise me to see that the next generation smart phone from Apple or HTC to use a camera like this.
I give the Motorola Driod series a vote as a phone possibility to get it.
maybe later iterations
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Well it's too late, I've already bought me self a new smartphone and as far as I can see, it has not got this new tech within it.
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