The smartphone packs a 1.5GHz single-core processor and thatís probably the reason why there is no 1080p video capturing, but rather 720p mode only. it's android. not like ageing symbian that proof even single core can record full hd. android.. you're just baby...
wp7ajoke, 27 Mar 201216 mp camera, 4.u inch screen, but only 16 gb memory....hahaha is this a jokenot everyone needs more than 16G in a phone.
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2012it hashttp://www.gsmarena.com/sharp_aquos_sh80f-4207.php
If this Sharp, with basically the same (but slower) CPU and GPU can do 1080p, then I'm sure this phone could too if it was supported in the OS.
The phone is basically a screen, and raw pixels do the work. The count is not impressive.
16 mp camera, 4.u inch screen, but only 16 gb memory....hahaha is this a joke
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2012WP7 doesn't support 1080p video recording yet, it has nothing to do woth the cpu.it has
WP7 doesn't support 1080p video recording yet, it has nothing to do woth the cpu.
"Well, we can't put a dual-core here. So let's despite it with a 16MP camera."
sinple, 26 Mar 2012with the pureview 808, there is no reason why single core cant handle 1080 videoThe 808 has a dedicated cpu for image processing
$200 for HTC phone is never worth it .... with their worst battery life .. u guys suck. U shud price them at $50 instead.
with the pureview 808, there is no reason why single core cant handle 1080 video