We are already en route to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) expo in Barcelona today, but if leaks continue this way, there will be only personal impressions about fingerprint smudges to relay to you, as, after the Galaxy S9 design popped up in glorious high-res, now the best tablet of the expo has also been revealed.
One can always learn something new everyday, and today, Apple has a pretty good chance of giving a few pretty important bits of knowledge on how to use your iPhone’s camera to your best advantage and master artistic black and white photography, overhead product shots, and finally, ace the timing of your slow-mo videos in post-processing.
A “pro” version of the Nokia 8 is reportedly in the works, powered by the speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and sporting five cameras at the rear. Yes, five.
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We live our lives from Instagram story to Instagram story, and we have the ability to capture some truly stunning imagery to garner those sweet, sweet likes. With 360-technology where it is now, we can literally capture every angle around us for some truly epic pics and videos. From floating rotating cameras to 360-camera add-ons for your phone to a phone that already has a 360-camera built-in, we’ve definitely evolved from the old days of panoramic picture. Read more…
Connected cameras have transformed the way we monitor what goes inside of our homes, but the Guardzilla 360 is a brand-new security camera that provides users with a full 360-degree view. That’s certainly different for a fixed camera, especially when the majority of offerings have wide-angle cameras that can cover a pretty decent range, but this one does offer a bit more coverage.
First and foremost, it’s a peculiar looking thing for a security camera, seeing that its pyramidal-esque shape is certainly uncommonly. In the middle, there’s a 1712p HD fisheye lens that provides 360-degree coverage …
BlackBerry has received a patent from the World Intellectual Patent Organization (WIPO) for a new camera design. The application was filed on December 23, 2016 and the patent was granted three days ago. The title of the patent is “Electronic device and method of controlling same for capturing digital images,” and deals with a camera system that would work on a handset with a slide-out QWERTY similar to the BlackBerry Priv.
The camera would be on the back of the smartphone on the outer housing of the device. The rear part of the sliding QWERTY would feature another lens that would work in …
The HUAWEI Mate 10 Series has it all – a dual camera with an ultra-wide aperture on both lenses (one color, one monochrome), optical image stabilization, 4K recording, real-time scene adjustments and fast-moving object tracking, all courtesy of the first AI chipset with a dedicated NPU.
SamsungMobileKorea has just uploaded a slew of Galaxy S9 teasers on its YouTube page, and just like any self-respecting video teaser should do, these all but confirm many of the key features that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are wildly expected to have.
In two weeks, MWC will be open and at one point during the trade show, LG is expected to unveil its revised LG V30 model which is rumored to be called the 2018 LG V30. One of the new features on the device will be software giving the revised phone some AI capabilities. Voice AI will allow the user to give voice commands to Google Assistant that are exclusive to LG handsets. These commands allow the camera to start up in a specific mode.
23 of these commands were introduced last year with another 9 unveiled this year. The latter commands include:
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Finding the best smartphone camera is no easy task these days. Most all flagships now come packing some serious camera tech and software, and while certain brands and models may excel in certain areas, it’s pretty much a neck-and-neck race.
Some phones perform better in low light, others have HDR modes that are way ahead of the competition, and then there are those that are not as good for stills, but are great for video. It’s not easy picking the best of the best, especially if you don’t get the chance to try out many, many phones for yourself.
Thankfully, that’s our job here at …