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'Okay Google, Take A Photo' Arrives

Google has added a new voice command to the Android Search app. Now, users can say "Okay Google" followed by "Take a snap" for your Android device to automatically open the camera app and do the same. Similarly, the user can say "Take a video" to shoot a video instead.

Samsung Demos Galaxy S5's ISOCELL Camera Advantages

Samsung is really keen to impress the world with their new Galaxy S5. While the device certainly gets a point for including a fingerprint sensor, many are left debating as to whether a heart rate sensor was really an "innovative" new idea that was needed to make...

Windows Phone 8.1 Camera Caught On Video

Keen on the Windows Phone 8.1 update for your Lumia handset? Well, you can now check out how the default camera app runs with the next major platform update, thanks to a video leaked by Unleash The Phones. The revamped stock app includes many customization...

Could Oppo Find 7 Have A 50 MP Camera?

A leaked image uploaded on Weibo suggests, according to the EXIF data, that the Oppo Find 7 could pack a 50 MP camera, capable of clicking images of 8160 x 6120 resolution. Other rumors suggest that the Oppo Find 7 will come in two flavors, out of which one...

Android 4.4.1 Released For Nexus 4, Nexus 5 And Nexus 7

As expected, Google has begun seeding Android 4.4.1 KitKat for the Nexus 5. Yesterday, we had reported that the new update will overhaul the camera on Google's new flagship Smartphone, which hasn't been performing terribly well in the camera department.

KitKat Enhances Moto X Camera, Adds Touch To Focus

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'.

Google May Be Working On RAW Format Support For Android

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.

Update Brings Sony Xperia Z1 Camera One Step Closer To Perfection

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.

Firefox OS Powered LG Fireweb Debuts

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.
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