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Google executive promises ‘insanely great cameras’ on next-gen Nexus phones

Google executive promises ‘insanely great cameras’ on next-gen Nexus phones

Google executive promises ‘insanely great cameras’ on next-gen Nexus phones
News from BGR:

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The cameras on Google’s (GOOG) line of Nexus smartphones have consistently performed worse than the competition. Some have said the default Android image processing software is at fault, while others have suggested low-end sensors are to blame. Google’s smartphones, nevertheless, cannot compete with Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone, HTC’s (2498) DROID DNA or Samsung’s (005930) Galaxy S III when it comes to photo quality. Things may be about to change, however.

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Motorola RAZRi White Review: Is The ‘Edge-To-Edge’ Phone Actually That Edgy?
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The Motorola RAZRi is a neat, stylish though not tremendously exciting little phone, with a decent screen, a good battery and the advantage of being able to resist a direct hit from a snowball…

When it was first announced, the Motorola RAZRi received not a little derision from the tech press for its assertion of being the first “edge-to-edge” phone. And in a certain pedantic sense, that was all well and good. For not only is every screen by definition edge-to-edge, even if the edge in question is its own edge, the RAZRi’s screen wasn’t even that, er, edgy.

Yes, it has a 4.3-inch bezel-less AMOLED display with bright colours and deep blacks, but with a 540 x 960 pixels resolution it’s not overly impressive technically. Compared to the iPhone 5, Google Nexus or any other top handset it’s actually a bit ropey – reading isn’t easy, and – shock horror – you can even see the pixels if you look har…………… continues on Huffington Post UK

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