One of the most important features of a smartphone would definitely have to be the camera, and it looks like Sony has got something very exciting to offer. The company just took the curtains off a new Exmor RS sensor, the “industry’s first stacked CMOS image sensor with an image plane phase detection signal processing function for high-speed AF”. In simpler terms, it means it has amazing autofocus capability, allowing you to capture quick moving subjects accurately. The sensor should debut in the next flagship smartphone from Sony, the Xperia Z4.
Polaroid camera lovers, you might want to add this nifty little phone case in your wishlist next year. Prynt, a French hardware startup company, is in the works of making a phone case with a built-in printer a reality. This case will basically turn your smartphone into a polaroid camera.
One of the star at the Casio Malaysia’s launch earlier today (more on that later), the Casio Exilim EX-TR50 is the latest model in the company’s Exilim TR camera series which is designed for selfie lovers out there. Launched in Japan just two months ago, it will be heading to our market real soon.
By soon, we actually mean this Sunday, 16 November at 9:28am. Mark that down in your calendar, ladies.
We’ve seen several leaks with regards to the upcoming Oppo N3 and here’s one that finally touches on the specs. According to the latest leaks, the Oppo N3 that is scheduled to be launched next month, looks very similar to the existing Oppo N1, and will be a pretty powerful device as well with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GB of RAM on board.
Since it has almost been year after the release GoPro HERO3+, we believe that there are many users out there feel that the time is now ripe for the company to unleash a brand new model into the market. If you are one of them, you should be delighted for this news then: HERO4 is confirmed, according to a major set of info that was leaked out earlier today.
Calling all photographers and photography enthusiasts, the PhotoArt Convention by The Center for Asian Photographers (C4AP) will be held on 25th and 26th October 2014 at The School @ Jaya One. Mark your calendar and spend these two days to meet up with others with similar interest with you so you can see and discuss all things photography.