Different mobile users may place a higher onus on different features. For some it may be looks for others it may be technological features. Many people these days seem to demand a high quality camera. The mobile phone camera is often first choice of camera when out and about, and with such high image standards it can seem pointless lugging around a normal camera as well as your mobile. In many cases the images gleaned from your mobile may actually be better quality. A decent camera phone seems to kill two birds with one stone and when it comes to those unforgettable moments, you will almost certainly have your phone handy and rarely your camera.
A quick look on Phones 4 U’s comparison service may reveal phones such as the iPhone4S, Galaxy S2 and Sony Xperia all featuring highly. 8 Megapixels is starting to seem like standard for market leaders. The iPhone 4 is a good example. The 8MP 4S camera has advanced optics making it the lens is a leader in its field. Megapixels aren’t the only contributor to a clear image; the light controlling lens is equally as important. The iPhone camera is marketed as the only camera you will need and the photo quality backs up this claim. You can edit the pictures without any great expertise and then stream them with iCloud.
The LG Optimus 2X and the highly acclaimed Nokia N8 appear to be the main rivals to the iPhone. The N8 reproduces colour vividly and has good dynamic range. It would certainly rank as number one to many professionals.
Modern mobiles come with a range of applications, none more important than the camera facility. It is amongst the most used applications and will probably replace the need for a traditional camera. This is why the camera specification should rank with any other demands. So when you’re looking at mobile phones for Christmas, don’t overlook one of the most vital components.
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