HTC. Most notably is their upcoming HTC M7 flagship smartphone set to be unveiled in mid February. Who doesn't love a massive infographic to help paint the picture and tease their upcoming device? Today HTC has posted quite the long infographic showing the history of photography - as well as what that means for HTC.
HTC related chatter lately has surrounded the M7 smartphone. We have seen countless leaks including some image and some spec related. And on the more entertaining side, we have even seen HTC CEO Peter Chou lead a crowd in a chant of HTC M7. Anyway, included in those spec related rumors was the mention of the handset having a 13 megapixel rear-facing camera.
patent filings go. Sometimes we see neat things and often we see things that never see the light of day. While we cannot say whether or not Google will ever put this latest patent filing to use in the real-world, it may be one to watch. Especially for those who enjoy taking pictures on their smartphone and have been dreaming of a better flash setup.
expecting to happen, Polaroid has come forward with an official announcement for their Android based camera. The model is the iM1836 and as was rumored, the camera is running Android and sporting a removable lens. Polaroid has yet to offer anything specific in terms of a release date, however those interested should not have all that long of a wait.
Samsung Galaxy Camera to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is rolling out. The update isn't a big one, or bring too many changes, but brings the camera in line with their Galaxy S III and Note II devices.
Toshiba are working on an impressive Lytro-like mini camera module for smartphones and tablets. If you're asking yourself what Lytro is, you should check this out. Essentially you'll be able to refocus and perfect parts of a photo well after you've snapped the image. the Lytro camera was rather large, so getting this into a smartphone would be quite the task. More details after the break.
Galaxy Camera has blasted onto the scene with both AT&T, and Verizon 4G LTE connectivity. Add in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and you have one extremely smart and powerful camera. While many might believe this is a niche product Samsung's just released a brand new commercial starring actor James Franco that shows some of the true power behind their Galaxy Camera.
Galaxy Camera and Nikon has Coolpix S800, and well, assuming this latest rumors proves to be accurate, it looks like Polaroid will soon be getting into the Android based point-and-shoot camera game. The Polaroid camera is said to be the IM1836 which will feature an 18.1 megapixel sensor.