Android may be all the rage in the mobile space, but Samsung is hoping the launch of the Galaxy Camera will turn a few heads and help solidify its position in the point-and-shoot camera sector. Samsung has just announced that the Galaxy Camera will go on sale in the UK starting November 8, and the ... Read More »
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Taking pictures with your Android powered phone has improved over the past few years, but we all know our phones are still outclassed even by the cheapest point-and-shoot cameras on the market. With that in mind, Samsung has just unveiled its new Android powered Samsung Galaxy Camera with all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a ... Read More »
As he mentioned during an interview last October, Andy Rubin’s dream is to see Android on every screen. A couple of years ago, that might have seemed like something impossible, but we are getting very close to such a world. With Samsung being one of the biggest players in Android, we are not ... Read More »
Last week when we were in San Diego for Uplinq, one of the on-stage tech demos caught our eye. During the Snapdragon super session, Raj Talluri brought up the team from Scalado to show off their new camera technology, dubbed Rewind.
Rewind captures a burst of five full resolution photographs, allowing ... Read More »
While playing with the SONY Ericsson XPERIA Arc at SONY’s booth at CES, we were told that the XPERIA Arc’s camera featured substantial improvements over the year’s XPERIA X10. We played around with the camera a bit and tried emailing the image files we took to ourselves. Since the handsets were connected over EDGE, the ... Read More »
Anyone looking for a great camera phone might want to reconsider the current Android power rankings. HTC, Samsung, and Motorola are currently the leading manufacturers of Android phones, but as we have seen over the past few months, the cameras and image sensors simply are not up to par with dedicated point and shoot cameras ... Read More »
One of the things that was surprising to many people was the simplicity of the camera in T-Mobile’s G1. The Android platform always seemed ideal for a really feature-rich camera, which isn’t what the G1 shipped with. Even the camera in the Cupcake OS release is a little weak.
Camera Pro is an ... Read More »