News tagged: Camera
Owners of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are eagerly waiting for the release of Android 5.1 Lollipop for their devices. SamMobile has some scoop on the upcoming update. According to the dedicated Samsung new site, the Android 5.1 Lollipop update will add camera features.
A Chinese news site reports that the Apple iPhone 6s camera reportedly makes use of a 12MP camera sensor from Sony, which nicely falls in place with previous rumors talking about a 12MP camera aboard the iPhone 6. The report quotes the Japanese media.
Motorola's Camera application has been updated and the latest version of the app includes exposure controls. This update is currently rolling out to Google Play and users will find a manual exposure control option capable of making photos more dramatic in the app.
Lily is a new family-focused drone that is capable of automatically going into orbit around a user. By entering orbit, Lily can take photos of you and it can also be used to take photos and footage of family get-togethers. The drone has a small remote that's also a beacon.
According to a new report by SamMobile, the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge would improve camera performance of both devices. Further, the update might include support for the latest Google Camera API, which would mean image capture in RAW format.
Did you read the news that Samsung is making use of two different camera sensors for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge? Well, right now I bet that Galaxy S6 owners are hoping that they got the better camera sensor. How about you take a look at the camera samples and decide for yourself.
YouTube channel SuperSAF TV has published an 8-minute video in which they compare the camera performance of the LG G4 vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus. Photos were clicked outdoors, indoors, and in low-light to best compare the camera performance of either flagship Smartphone.
YouTube channel SuperSAF TV has published a 7-minute video in which they compare the camera performance of the LG G4 vs Samsung Galaxy S6. Photos were clicked outdoors, indoors, and in low-light to best compare the camera performance of either flagship Smartphone.
Teardowns of the Galaxy S6, and Galaxy S6 Edge revealed that Samsung is using Sony's 16MP IMX240 camera sensor on both devices. Software information confirmed the same, that the Galaxy S6 uses Sony camera sensors. However, some units of the Galaxy S6 may be using Samsung sensors.
Scientists at Columbia have invented a camera that can power itself, entirely removing the need for batteries or another power source. The camera gets power from the ambient light in a room and turns that light into usable energy. The camera can take one photo a second.
According to a new report by SamMobile, the next-gen Galaxy S6 from Samsung would have an upgraded camera sensor. Samsung is reportedly replacing the 16MP ISOCELL camera with a new 20MP camera module. This sensor may or may not be based on ISOCELL technology.
According to industry analyst Jeff Pu, the next-gen iPhone may sport an 8MP rear camera. Pu doesn't explain the reasoning behind his analysis report, but he's confident that the iPhone 6s (or iPhone 7, whichever one) will have the same 8MP rear camera module.
According to a post published by LaptopMedia, an HTC insider revealed that their upcoming flagship, the HTC One M9, features dual 20 MP rear cameras. Also, the flash unit will most likely be a dual-tone dual-LED setup, just like on the HTC One M8 released in 2014.
A connected home device from Netatmo has been revealed that can track the people who are in a user's home. The Netatmo camera is capable of tracking faces and information is streamed from the device to Android and iOS smartphones. Netatmo's camera has the
With only a week till the official announcement and launch date, BlackBerry has decided to reveal some of the camera features in the Classic smartphone. Details were posted on the official BlackBerry's blog site, which arrived after browser and Amazon Appstore preview.
Samsung always comes up with impressive ads, and the new Galaxy Note 4 ads do well in keeping up their reputation. The two new ads focus on the 16 MP camera powering the Galaxy Note 4, and the S-Pen stylus which is one of the key features of the phablet.
LG demonstrated its new 20.7 MP camera module at the annual Korean Electronics Show. The new 20 MP sensor comes with advanced OIS; it improves angular shake correction by the tune of 50% over regular OIS camera sensors. This could be based on Sony's 20.7 MP IMX camera.
CyanogenMod has released its official Camera App to the Google Play Store. This makes it easier for the CyanogenMod team to push out updates for the app, which only works with CM11S. That means, the CyanogenMod Camera App only works on one Smartphone - the OnePlus One.
HTC introduced a few devices this week, but the one it did not mention was the rumored One M8 Eye. Details on that device have shown up on the Chinese e-store for HTC, essentially confirming some of the device's specs and the phone's existence. According to
Sony has confirmed that unlocking the bootloader of the new Xperia Z3 or Xperia Z3 Compact will affect its camera functionality. Unlocking the bootloader results in the loss of DRM security keys, forever. This could result in the loss of noise reduction algorithms.