Image tests are obviously subjective, so when I say I prefer Sony Ericsson K800i images to Nokia N95 pictures I’m probably going to start a flame war.
All that aside now, Sony has engineers that have experience in crafting digital cameras; Motorola just announced that they’re partnering with Kodak to produce a 5 megapixel camera phone. What is Nokia doing?
The "Carl Zeiss" moniker doesn’t carry as much weight as it used to and I for one am tired of this megapixel cock fight going on between mobile phone makers. How can Nokia make their camera phones better?
One of my 20 Nokia New Year’s Resolutions was to get a bunch of Canon (or Nikon) technicians to try and fit one of their CMOS sensors and image processors inside a "multimedia computer."
Canon’s smallest camera, the SD 1000 is 92 x 57 x 20 mm
The Nokia N95 is 99 x 53 x 21 mm
I’ll get the hotel room, who is going to buy the Barry White CD? I would love to see these two devices get it on and produce something that I can truthfully say makes stand alone cameras totally useless.
Who is going to be the first mobile phone maker to create a camera phone with image stabilization?