Playing up the hype that will lead to its unveiling this month, LG is little by little divulging features of its upcoming G Pro 2 smartphone. This time the Korean manufacturer is focusing on its camera with a feature that it simply calls OIS Plus.
Instead of taking a few days as expected, Google has immediately made available its promised Android 4.4.1 update to the Nexus 5. And instead of just being some generic maintenance release, this latest update to the Android 4.4 release fixes one of the most prevalent concerns about the smartphone's inadequacy in the photography department.
After an excruciatingly long series of rumors and leaks, the day has finally come and the Nexus 5 has officially landed. But while the smartphone touts specs that, by now, sound a wee bit common among high-end Android smartphones, one piece of its hardware, its camera, deserves a special mention.
Today, Samsung announces they’ve enhanced their camera for mobile devices. Keeping with the 13MP sweet spot, Samsung touts an improved OIS, better low light performance, and overall improved performance. Currently a prototype, Samsung plans to start production in the first half of 2014.