Motorola began rolling out Android 4.4 KitKat to carrier branded Moto X variants earlier this week. Apart from a brand new operating system, KitKat adds some cool new tricks to the existing camera app. For starters, the Moto X camera app now supports 'touch to focus'.
A developer with a keen eye spotted some interesting lines of code in a month old batch which hints at the possibility of advanced camera features in the future. We're talking about external camera hardware support (think Sony QX10 and QX100) and more.
When the first wave of Sony Xperia Z1 units hit shelves, consumers were quick to get their hands on Sony's latest and greatest, expecting a brilliant phone sporting an equally brilliant 20.7 megapixel Sony G lens camera. What followed was utter disappointment.
LG today introduced their first ever Mozilla Firefox OS based Smartphone. Dubbed the Fireweb, Mozilla's new initiative doesn't try to deviate too much from the reference design, but still manages to be quite a looker for a mid-range device. Turns out Fireweb is one.
DxOMark, the trusted industry standard for camera and lens independent image quality measurements and ratings, have finally concluded their epic search for the best Smartphone camera by presenting the crowd to Nokia's new Lumia 1020 Smartphone, which features 41 MP cam
Samsung has refreshed their NX300M mirrorless camera with a little more bling than the gimmicky 3D feature that was introduced in the original. The style factor has been covered already with a 180 degree rotatable display, which itself is a 3.31-inch AMOLED panel.
Motorola had begun rolling out a major camera software update for the Moto X a couple of weeks back. While owners of the unbranded T-Mobile Moto X have already received the software patch, AT&T customers were kept waiting until now. The update is significant.
The CyanogenMod team, having gone private, have made some changes to their product structuring. Focal, a part of the new CM Project which aims to develop a complete standalone camera app that is competitive with other camera apps, is now available on the Play Store.
The LG G2 is one of the most exciting Android Smartphones of 2013. Despite its not-so-widely-appreciated design statement, LG has definitely managed to create a loud buzz surrounding the company's newest flagship. Today, LG released a couple of photo and video samples.
Here's a new report that won't please many. In case you are one of the millions dreaming of owning the Galaxy Note III and also happen to be a photography buff, the Note III will disappoint. OIS, Optical Image Stabilization, a common feature in high-end Smartphones.