Local Dallas TV news shows the public what's new with smartphone cameras
specific word is uttered. "Cheese" is the obvious choice and was the word used in the story. And to illustrate how you can make sure that you don't miss out on a great picture, the LG Optimus G was mentioned. The camera on that heavyweight senses when your finger is about to hit the camera button and starts snapping pictures before you actually snap the picture you wanted. This assures that you get the photo you want.
Many of the features mentioned are available on different models as mentioned on the report. No question that many of our loyal readers are well aware of these features and probably many already use them quite often on their handset. But the local news was catering to the average Joe who probably doesn't know most of the things that his smartphone can do.
source: NBC5Dallas-Ft.Worth via WPCentral
1. blackice214 posted on 18 Jan 2013, 03:14 1
I live in Dallas, I watch NBC how could I miss this, interesting nonetheless.
2. papss posted on 18 Jan 2013, 06:51 0
Ha I've used that exact feature on my Nokia.. I wish cinematography on the lumina got talked about more. To me that was the first reason I looked at the l920, sending funny GIF is a great feature
3. -box- posted on 18 Jan 2013, 08:00 3
Add "Lumia" to your autocorrect dictionary if it isn't already... >.