Sony's upcoming "Lens Camera" most of which were attached to a device, today a set of leaked press photos reveal you can use the camera device without a smartphone if you'd like. Making it a dedicated camera, of sorts. Previous rumors suggested a smartphone or tablet and a companion app would be required, but that doesn't appear to be the case.
Oppo is definitely not taking a back seat, giving everyone a sneak peak at its new camera lens.
leaked manual, the QX100 will be the higher-end of the two models.
confirmed anew that its next device, the N1 camera smartphone, will indeed have backside touch controls. This time, it is putting a twist to its announcement, asking its Twitter followers what to call this panel.
Oppo N1 camera smartphone.
LG G2 isn't the only device coming out later this year that will feature an unorthodox design for the button layout. Backside touch controls is a new approach with fingerprint scanners, sensors, volume control, and other possibilities. The popular manufacturer Oppo has been throwing around hints about their upcoming N1 camera phone, and we've just received a few more this week.
Galaxy Camera hybrid, Nokia adding a 41MP camera to their Lumia 1020, or Sony's recently leaked clip-on 21 megapixel lens attachment. Well, the folks from Oppo want to get in on the action, and have just teased (and made official, in a way) the Oppo N1 cameraphone.
Sony has been a hot topic for rumors lately and many of these seem to be camera related. There are the 20MP Honami rumors and then there are the more recent such as the Sony Xperia "Lens G" setup. This is basically a clip-on lens for mobile devices. An earlier leaked image (sitting below) has it shown attached a smartphone, however it could just as easily be attached to a tablet.
Google and Motorola have unveiled their latest smartphone, the Moto X. With Google in charge the new Motorola is aiming to offer a pretty compelling handset, and we have all the details. One feature in particular we found quite nice was their new 10 megapixel "clear pixel" cameras shooting and burst mode. This new approach to the camera was worth mentioning, and we didn't want it to get lost in the flood of Moto X news.