Motorola Moto X is going to be announced just two days from now, but the leaks torrent is speeding up. We already know its alleged specs, looks and protection details, but today we got some additional information on the camera.
According to Taylor Wimberly, former editor for Android and Me, the Moto X will feature a 10MP Clear Pixel camera with a pixel size of 1.4 microns. This means the pixels will be larger than those on the Galaxy S4 sensor (1.1µm), but smaller than HTC One's (2µm). The bigger pixels, combined with the Clear Pixel technology should go a long way towards improving the low-light performance.
The Motorola Moto X camera is said to be capable of recording 1080p videos at 60 frames per second - a first for a smartphone. The camcorder will use pixel binning, combining information from 4 pixels to reduce noise and provide clearer videos.
Finally, the Moto X will pack three microphones and will be capable of recording 3D audio.
As we said the Motorola Moto X will be unveiled the day after tomorrow, so stay tuned!
At this rate, I'd consider using some automatic backup app for camera files, with TB storage ($65) and raspberry pi ($35) server at home. Just came across one such app, touchfree photo homesync Bob
look for holofonia, and then you'll hear that kind of sounds, u must hear those examples using hearphones to get the essence of the technique.
3D audio means manipulating the sound to make it come from different places around the listener. Even from stereo speakers and headphones.