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Ultrapixels & PureView: Mobile Photo War Between HTC and Nokia Heating Up

Ultrapixels & PureView: Mobile Photo War Between HTC and Nokia Heating Up
News from PetaPixel:

Mobile photo sharing has become one of the big photography trends over the past couple of years, and smartphone makers are now working hard to win the affections of smartphoneographer by developing better cameras and sleeker features. Two of the big players in the game, HTC and Nokia, are both generating some buzz this week through reports that they have some big photo-related plans in store for their upcoming phones.

The two (proprietary) technologies that are making headlines are: HTC’s “Ultrapixels” and Nokia’s “PureView.”

HTC has been working on something it calls “Ultrapixels”

On the HTC side of things, Pocket-link is reporting that HTC will be introducing a new camera sensor in its upcoming M7 smartphone — a sensor that will feature what the company is calling “Ultrapixels.”

The rumored 13-megapixel sensor won’t capture 13-megapixel photos. Instead, it will comprise 3 sensor layers that are each 4.3-megapixels, with the resulting data combined into a single sub-13MP photo.

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