The iPhone 6 gossip is making the rounds again and the latest article to attract attention is all about the devices camera spec. Firstly, a speculated 13-megapixel sensor in comparison to the iPhone 5′s 8-megapixel, shows a promising sign of improvement for those keen to use their smartphone for photography. Here’s and article with a little more information:-
iPhone 6 Said to Feature Sony’s 13-Megapixel Exmor IMX220 Camera Sensor Apple’s iPhone 6 could feature Sony’s Exmor IMX220 camera sensor, according to a post on Chinese Sony enthusiast forum Digi-Wo (Google Translate, via G for Games). The Exmor IMX220 features a 13-megapixel, 1/2.3” sensor and can record videos in 1080p. The sensor would also be a sizable improvement over the camera currently in the iPhone 5s, which uses an 8-megapixel, 1/3.2” sensor.
With theÂ advances in the iPhone camera technology will Sony do itself an injustice causing the iPhone to steal the Xperia Z3′s thunder?
Xperia Z3 Looks Like Itâs Already Here! Has everyone been keeping an eye on the Sony Xperia Z3? Â It seems that there are some leaked images making an appearance at the moment, together with speculation that the new model is going to make the Z2 outdated after just a matter of months of its release.
So how important is camera spec to consumers? What’s the difference between Android and iPhones? How can you decide what your next upgrade is going to be?
Personally, the camera is important to me when I purchase a new phone. Gone are the days when I took my compact camera out with me in my purse, enabling me to shoot should the opportunity arise. Having a great camera on my smartphone means I’m ready at all times and I have to say has produced some pretty great results.
Sony in particular are a favorite, and so both devices will be giving each other a run for their money in the ever changing smartphone wars.