T-Mobile accused of misleading customers with inaccurate camera specs
1. roscuthiii (Posts: 1873; Member since: 18 Jul 2010)
It's still a 5 megapixel sensor... yeah, they could add a disclaimer about the software imposed limitations, but even without it I'm not butthurt over this.
I don't see it as any different than having a sports car with a herd of ponies under the hood and being bound by traffic laws to keep it at 65 or under.
Besides, as long as the people taking photos with those phones are happy with picture quality where's the issue? I thought we were over quibbling about megapixels now... that's so 2010.
3. thelegend6657 (unregistered)
Thumb you down by accident , sorry
4. Captain_Doug (Posts: 792; Member since: 10 Feb 2012)
You can just press the thumbsup button and it takes away your downvote.
5. -box- (Posts: 3878; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
Agreed. Take the best phone camera out right now for example: the Nokia 808 PureView has a 41MP sensor, but the max resolution for a photo is 38MP. It's classified as a 41 because of the software and how it takes the photos. This seems to be a similar [non-]issue
8. thelegend6657 (unregistered)
I rather take a lower resolution 16:9 photo than a higher resolution 4:3 photo
2. KingKurogiii (Posts: 5646; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
nahhh, T-Mo is in the clear. you can always get an app that'll take full advantage of the 5MP Sensor. the point is that it's the hardware that matters in this case.
7. GALAXY-S (Posts: 701; Member since: 07 Jun 2011)
People jus want to find something to B!tch about all the time.