Sony Honami a few days back. At that time we were talking specs. Albeit, specs that were based on a leak. As of today though, it looks like we are still talking specs for the Honami. The key difference here is this latest round is focused on the camera. Specifically, they are talking about the handset having a 1/1.6" Sony Exmore RS stacked sensor and a Cybershot G lens.
CyanogenMod, we have an awesome new feature to share with you all today. We recently learned that voice shutter modes would be arriving in CM10.1 from those awesome developers, and now the latest nightly builds have both hands-free and voice shutter options for the camera, and it works like a charm.
Galaxy Camera may want to be on the lookout for an update. Basically, Verizon Wireless has announced and will soon begin rolling out the update which contains some new features and modes as well as some smaller improvements. The update will be coming over-the-air and will measure in at a rather large 179.8MB in size.
Samsung has just about every smartphone and tablet size imaginable covered, and now it looks like they'll be taking their efforts deeper into Android-powered cameras. We've been hearing reports that the company has plans to release several more Android cameras to follow up the Samsung Galaxy Camera, and today we could have our first look at their mirrorless NX2000.
Galaxy Camera is about to become readily more available to consumers interested in an Android-powered camera. With both AT&T and Verizon rocking 4G models, today Samsung has announced a slightly cheaper WiFi only version will hit the streets for just $449. The new model is identical to the data-toting version of this smart camera, only no data plan and 2-year contract is required.
patents and they aren't slowing down anytime soon, even if a few of those patents are for odd features we might never see in a smartphone. That or Google is taking the way Google Now works to other aspects of our devices. This new patent has our cameras checking GPS and local weather to enable optimal settings for the perfect photo-taking experience.
NVIDIA unveiled their new Tegra 4 quad-core mobile processor. Along with it comes tons of brand new and exciting camera features they're calling Chimera. Slated as the "World's first mobile computational photography architecture." One of the awesome new features we can expect on Tegra smartphones and tablets is their always on HDR (high dynamic range) photography and video option. Check it out below.
Samsung is going to be unveiling "The Next Galaxy" in the not to distant future and while we have seen plenty of spec related rumors up until this point in time, it seems they are not going to die down before the announcement. Of course, these details are all being mixed in with some official teasers from Samsung. Anyway, the latest Samsung related information is coming by way of a few patent filings.
One smartphone announced late last month certainly is impressive. While the hardware is great HTC added plenty to the software side to help improve their offering. Things like Blinkfeed, an Ultrapixel camera, and Zoe to name a few. While we've already confirmed HTC Sense 5 will hit the One X and a few others, HTC also looks to bring the features above to more devices.
Galaxy S IV smartphone is still somewhat of a mystery, but some new rumors are floating around that the company will have their own version of Google's Photo Sphere. Instead of just taking a panorama photo, why not take a complete 360 degree view from all directions. Photo Sphere might not be perfect, but it's one of our favorite features of Android Jelly Bean.