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Next-gen iPhone will have an 8 MP OmniVision camera, no LTE?

Next-gen iPhone will have an 8 MP OmniVision camera, no LTE? - read the full textThe rumor mill is churning up new speculations of the next-gen iPhone camera. The upcoming iDevice could very well end up with an OmniVision camera, instead of the previously rumored Sony snapper. Also an LTE-enabled iPhone is unlikely to hit the market in 2011 due to low interest and the slow...

 

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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-05-20 02:11 from AWb9 - click to readWait... Solid and strong? And the #1 cause of a broken iphone, being dropped. I couldn't use an iphone, I drop my phone far too much.

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  • 2011-05-25 20:17
  • jIt4

N8 is laggy as hell though.

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  • 2011-05-22 02:38
  • 4cSG

N8 screen has like 10 pixels so it won't look good.
N8>Galaxy S2>Optimus 2X/Xperia Ar>Galaxy S>iPhone 4

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  • 2011-05-22 02:37
  • 4cSG

samsung buy supplier from samsung

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  • 2011-05-21 11:44
  • uC0h

Hands - down the NOKIA N8 is the best camera-phone this far.

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  • 2011-05-20 19:16
  • k2nN

I HAVE the iphone 4 and the NOKIA N8 and the pic show better on the iphone 4 but, the pic on the NOKIA show better when i upload then onto my computer.

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  • 2011-05-20 19:15
  • k2nN

But apple still need to catch up with samsung 12mp and NOKIA N8 12MP

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  • 2011-05-20 19:12
  • k2nN

> In reply to Matt @ 2011-05-20 10:49 from p@vf - click to readWell, popular consumer-facing review sites (like GSM Arena, Engadget, etc) have to start punishing them more for new things. That's what press do right ? Investigate, inform the peoples, and keep those companies checked.

Make bad press about how dynamic range and sensitivity is more important than megapixels and how unsatisfied the reviewers and users are to the product's features.

When the consumers starts realizing what they lost by the megapixel race (lose a lot, something in the level of the sky is falling down and it's the end of the world) then starts punishing with their wallet, the manufacturers should start changing or else their bean counters will have bad mood and starts threatening everyone inside :D

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  • 2011-05-20 17:19
  • uEBj

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-05-20 02:09 from Ld0N - click to readI hate iPhone user always like to make story like iPhone 5, new iPhone will support flash, iPhone5 will run 1.5 nvidia dual core..I don't know why they made up such story but Nvidia is not one of Apple's business partner nor processor supplier so it's impossible to be true...Nvidia's CEO & CO-founder Jen-Hsun Huang announced that they started the new Quad Core for both tablet and android smartphones and most likely the phone would be the 3rd Nexus...And he said the world first Quad core Tegra3 which 5 times faster than Tegra2 would be available around christmas...So if you apple guys want to make up story please choose a better one...

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  • 2011-05-20 13:30
  • uCpP

@Mista The concept is called Cyclical Consumption. :(

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  • 2011-05-20 11:09
  • iJwV

Let's just hope it's a 5MP sensor.
With my cell phone, no matter how many MP's it has. I always take pics on the 3MP setting, going higher in resolution only gets you more MB's and longer loading times... quality diffirence is non existant.

A dslr takes a 2MP picture with more detail than any 8MP cell phone camera...

Though all this has been said millions of times. When will they ever start listening?

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  • 2011-05-20 10:49
  • p@vf

is this how Apple invent things? Getting parts from others and make it looks like they invented it and then sue them.No thanks, I never buy any Apple products.

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  • 2011-05-20 07:21
  • iwpJ

wow, omni-vision is very good camera sensor, i've been read that article last year.

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  • 2011-05-20 03:03
  • PAcR

Not an Iphone hater, but i'm guessing they are doing again what they did with the 3G to 3GS. Nothing major will be done, just an upgraded camera and newer version of the IOS.
The new design and new features will be out sometime next year.
Shame Apple should have invested in something more of what the Consumer wants, More flexibility. I think if they add the basic features such as Mass storage, and non reliability on iTunes and Bluetooth file transfer the iPhone will attract more customers including myself. :)
At this stage I will not buy one to jailbreak it and go through the hassle when I can buy a phone out of the box which doesn't require all the mucking around.
All the best to all the iFans :).

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  • 2011-05-20 02:41
  • i2qL

That would be a pain in ... to compare andriod and iOS, both of them has their own marketing specialty. Andriod, so far, what i dont like is most high-end handsets are make of Plastic bodies which makes u feel so cheap ALTHOUGH the software is more open, flexible.
But Apple, however, although i like their handsets for being solid and strong, they are so cheap on their software which followed customers around for money even after they walked out the store, the main disadvantage is lacks of Flash...

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  • 2011-05-20 02:11
  • AWb9

> In reply to pete @ 2011-05-20 01:00 from sv9c - click to readI heard flash support will be in news iOS

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  • 2011-05-20 02:09
  • Ld0N

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-05-19 15:58 from xVDS - click to readIts unfortunate because the new apple device will be exactly the same as the 4 previous apple devices, save a extra megapixel and slightly improved performance yet everyone will herald it a REVOLUTION again that changes everything. The "iPhone" is the worst mobile phone name this decade.

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  • 2011-05-20 01:15
  • IaaE

Rumours a side. Let's look at what won't be on the new iphone!
1. No flash
2. No SD card
3. No Bluetooth file transfer
4. No way of doing anything without connecting to itunes.
5. No tv out
Need I go on.

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  • 2011-05-20 01:00
  • sv9c

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