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The Nokia Lumia 928 for Verizon Wireless largely functions in much of the same way as AT&T's Lumia 920, but the new flagship adds a Xenon flash that replaces the dual-LED flash of the 920.
The mythical Nokia Lumia EOS smartphone that's been rumored with a 41-megapixel PureView camera sensor similar to that of the Nokia 808 has been spotted in the wild.
The evolution of the iPhone camera since Apple debuted the original iPhone in 2007 is now being told through a series of photos comparing the image quality of each successive iPhone generation.
A new time-lapse video captured by photographer Martin Roth in Denmark with a 41-megapixel Nokia 808 PureView camera hints at what the technology is capable on a Windows Phone 8-powered Lumia EOS.
Originally, it was believed that Nokia would be utilizing its May 14th event to debut the Verizon-bound Lumia 928 smartphone, but the company had already taken the wraps off of that device last week.
Samsung's recently leaked Galaxy S4 Zoom is believed to be an Android smartphone that adds powerful camera features, and we now learn that the device will feature a 10X optical zoom.
With May 14th just under a week away, it appears that Nokia U.S. is beginning to tease and leak images of the Lumia 928. The Lumia 928 is expected to be one of possibly several smartphones that may be announced at the company's London event.
Samsung is rumored to be working on a new smartphone called the Galaxy Zoom that will have a focus on the camera and imaging technology.
Originally, it was believed that Nokia would be launching the Lumia 928 and a variant of that phone called the Lumia 925 for GSM markets, but fresh rumors suggest that the company could be using the same media event to launch a 41-megapixel PureView Lumia EOS smartphone...
It looks like Nokia will be continuing its carrier exclusive strategy and broadening that approach to other markets.
Nokia, which has long innovated on camera technology for mobile from its N-series Symbian smartphones through its Lumia 920 flagship today, may be introducing a variable aperture camera control as part of its next-generation PureView technology for future smartphone cam...
Despite recent revelations from Android creator Andy Rubin that Google's mobile operating system was originally designed for smart cameras before it was tweaked for the more popular smartphones that we've seen in the last few years, Android still has not been able to pe...
Samsung may be working on a new variant of its current Android-powered Galaxy Camera or even a successor model.
Android smartphone-makers have released a number of high-end camera innovations recently, and Apple is now looking to play catch-up with its iPhone 5S smartphone that's rumored to be coming in the fall.
Sony is rumored to be prepping a 5-inch Xperia phablet that will debut in the fall with the latest specs and a new 20-megapixel camera sensor.
Popular Facebook-owned photo sharing service Instagram may launch its app for Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform alongside the launch of Nokia's new Lumia 928.
The Fuji X-E1 is a retro-inspired camera that borrows its good looks from rangefinder designs such as those from Leica.
You've probably read extensive reviews of the competing Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One Android flagships and are still indecisive about which one to take the plunge on, and we're here to help.
Just as its competitors HTC and Samsung are showcasing new camera experiences with the respective One and Galaxy S4 smartphones, Apple is reminding users that its iPhone is used to capture more photos each day than any other camera.
The latest leaked press photos for the Nokia Lumia 928 now show the side edges of the Verizon-bound 4G LTE smartphone.
Former Android head Andy Rubin had revealed that the operating system he helped co-create was originally designed for cameras and smart cameras, like the Samsung Galaxy Camera, and not for phones.
Perhaps the buzz behind the launches of the Nokia Lumia 920 and the HTC One is forcing Apple to focus on low-light photography as the iPhone-maker is rumored to include a 12-megapixel camera sensor on the next-generation iPhone 5S that will make it easier for users to c...
Rumors of the Nokia Lumia EOS smartphone, which was rumored to have been debuted earlier this year at the Mobile World Congress, are starting to pick up again and this time Nokia is rumored to be considering one of the most advanced processors announced in 2013.
It looks like Verizon Wireless won't be the only carrier to offer Nokia's much-rumored flagship Lumia 928 Windows Phone 8 smartphone as T-Mobile is said to also offer a variant of the device.
Panasonic had unveiled its latest micro four thirds Lumix GF6 camera with WiFi and NFC, the latter wireless sharing standard is still a rarity on camera systems.
It looks like Nokia's PureView 2.0 technology on its Windows Phone-powered Lumia 920 is giving Samsung's Galaxy S4 a run for its money in terms of video stabilization.
HTC had recently debuted its new Ultrapixel camera technology on its flagship HTC One smartphone last month, and now the company says that the imaging innovation may be making its way down to mid-range HTC smartphones as well.
It's been long rumored that Verizon Wireless will someday carry a variant of rival AT&T's Lumia 920 (reviewed), and it seems that this may happen soon.
On the heels of HTC's UltraPixel and Zoe Camera announcement on the new flagship HTC One smartphone, Samsung is making the WiFi-only edition of the Galaxy Camera official.
If you didn't get the gadget you've been fawning over lately from your significant other as such gadget may be deemed to be a not-so-romantic gift, fret not as GottaBeMobile and AT&T Northern California are teaming up with two giveaways.
A photo has emerged on Flickr that doesn't show much, except a piece of paper with printed text, but the photo's identifying EXIF information shows that it was captured with the HTC One's new camera that uses the company's Ultrapixel technology.
After much speculation about Nokia bringing its large 41-megapixel PureView sensor technology from the Symbian-powered Nokia 808 to the Windows Phone platform, it looks like that may be happening sooner than later.
Gizmodo, which took the same photo on each of the different cameras, finds that unfortunately without the aid of a flash the BlackBerry Z10 finished in last place and loses the low-light camera test.
Google has recently been granted for an invention that would allow future smartphones and tablets to have multiple LED flashes to better expose a scene for a photograph.
Nokia had sent us a text-based save-the-date invitation to a Mobile World Congress press conference that the Finnish Lumia phone-maker will be hosting on the first day of the conference.