The 2 camera theory:
- dual focus ?
- 3D ?
- zoom ? One for 1 zoom and another for 4 zoom ?
- Night camera ?
- 360 degrees camera like Oppo ?
And the favorite one:
- Camera with cloth filter for the pervs !
Specs aside, why oh why do companies insist on making horrible rounded phones? Take a hint from Nokia or Sony and learn how to make squareish phones.
AnonD-241172, 06 Mar 2014I dont know why they are providing 2 cameras! maybe they want to have us a spare camera if one... moreProbably one with wide 28mm equivalent, like the current HTC One, while the second one for 2x zoom at say 50mm, 55mm, 58mm equivalent, or even 85mm zoom lens. That would be awesome!
Also could be depth of field control, but I don't see much reason for that, since a small sensor already has hyperfocal distance of 6ft.
I dont know why they are providing 2 cameras! maybe they want to have us a spare camera if one fails other will cover it :P
Wrong... I think the only main thing any smartphone(apart galaxy zoom) cannot change is the aperture size. So I think one camera is for night shooting(bigger aperture) and another is for day shooting(smaller aperture)
AnonD-9070, 06 Mar 2014Got a feeling that HTC will emerge winner against Samsung this year. Unfortunately, this is no... moreI, too, strongly believe that this will be HTC's year. I think they already learned their lesson in rushing phones out ahead of others even if they weren't fully ready. They were eaten alive by their competitors specs and feature-wise like what happened to One X and One. This year, they will be releasing their flagship after Samsung and Sony released theirs. I really really hope that HTC can keep to the hype of their "All New One" and even exceed people's expectation on it. Their phones always lacked something that hindered possible customers in buying their flagship.
Hopefully HTC will redeem themselves with this new flagship phone. This will sure crash Samsgung GS5
If you have a better processor (sd805 or a 64bit processor) than the Z2 or S5 with 3 GB ram, i'll definitely buy you. You better don't disappoint us HTC. My eyes are on you.
Got a feeling that HTC will emerge winner against Samsung this year. Unfortunately, this is not the first year I felt like this (remember HTC one, One X, Butterfly). These were good phones but somehow always lacked some critical component and didn't win market to their potention.
hope this year is different. I have nothing against Samsung but more competition means more innovation too. And every cheers for Underdog.. Adds more thrill ��