Recently we have seen phone manufacturers bringing back the megapixels war by making use of Sony’s IMX586 sensor or the Samsung GM-1, both of which are capable of capturing 48-megapixel shots. As we have said this time again, more pixels don’t translate to better pictures, but if the customer is convinced, then why not?
Last week Qualcomm announced that its existing range of mobile processors are quite capable when it comes to high-resolution images. You see, it is not just the camera that does all the work, the processor has a major role in processing the images by making use of an Image Signal Processor (ISP). The company said that chipsets such as Snapdragon 855, 845, 710, 675 and 670 can support single cameras with up to 192-megapixel. Read More...
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