Revolution of Innovation leading key to smartphone photography
Advances in the quality of smartphone image sensors, noise filters, and image resolution older digital camera models may soon be inferior. That's according to a study by DxOMark labs. Today, most smartphone such as the Galaxy or the iPhone have images sensor of 8 megapixels or better -- a capacity for quality far beyond the first cell phone camera, the Sharp JS-H04 with only 0.1 mega pixels. The biggest problem with smartphone images has been "noise" or artifacting that make the pictures look grainy. Now cameras such as the Nokia Purview are on the leading edge of a revolution in photography.
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