HTC is at it again with another video teasing its upcoming flagship. This time, the duo of actors focus on the New HTC One's camera capabilities, which is, of course, supposedly better than what the HTC One already has.
It may just be a few weeks before the expected unveiling, but details of Sony's next flagship have almost all been leaked, except for the final name. This batch of screenshots however, give more insight into the Xperia "Sirius", its current nickname, and its rather impressive photography capabilities.
It seems that one of the headliners for HTC's next flagship will be a pair of UltraPixel rear cameras, once again "confirmed" by this latest leak. This, however, has a slight, almost unnoticeable difference from the last leak, making us remember to take such images with a grain of salt.
Sony is announcing a new firmware upgrade for its unique QX lens-style cameras, the QX100 and QX10. Introduced in September last year, these lenses that can both be used by themselves or as smartphone accessories will now offer users more control over the cameras' settings.
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.
An important piece of Adobe is going Google. Rather than an app, the new addition is Adobe’s now former head of Photoshop, John Nack. After 14 years at Adobe, Nack now says he’s joining Google’s digital photography team.
Few stories are met with confusion or concern here at Android Community, but this is one of them. Sony is releasing several new arms for their QX lenses, which doesn't sound terrible, but keep reading. The original was meant specifically for smartphones, even latching onto their larger Xperia Z1. Sony realizes that mobile devices come in various sizes, and has acted accordingly.
Photoshop Express for Android has been revamped, offering users more editing tools. Adobe says their app has been completely redesigned, and thoroughly reimagined for Android 4.4. Those with the full Photoshop suite will love the new Express app, as will those who use it casually.
It seems that photo printing is now trying to catch up with the rising trend of mobile photography. Building on its line of instax mini instant cameras, Fujifilm is now unveiling the instax SHARE SP-1, a small printer just for your smartphone.
Wrapping an Indiegogo campaign that began back in mid-November, the team behind the Panono Panoramic Ball Camera have surpassed their funding goal. The campaign has a little more than a day remaining, but the pledge amount is currently sitting at $969,768. That is towards and initial funding goal of $900,000.