The devices that made history: display and camera pioneers
This week, we'll be exploring the notable first in a few key areas, like processors, architecture, and RAM, highlighting the pioneers alongside which a certain notable hardware feat debuted. Next week, we'll be delving in some other pretty riveting categories, namely display and camera.
Wonder no more.
Another noteworthy hardware feature on your smartphone is the camera. As high-end smartphones have already rendered point-and-shoot cameras obsolete and are gradually closing in on low-tier DSLR cameras, it's pretty natural to expect better and better photography performance from each new device generation. It took the industry a long time to get where it is now, but that evolution is commendable, without a shadow of a doubt.
Apart from snapping pictures, most of us use our smartphones to record videos on the go. As both camera units and software evolve, it's also quite logical that quality and resolution of the videos you take also got improved accordingly. We are currently able to shoot in 4K, but we also shouldn't forget that merely a couple of years ago even HD video shooting was considered a highlight.