All flagship phones boast great camera setups, but some are simply better at photography than others. Here’s four we’ve highlighted.
Xiaomi explains that this is the third generation of the technology, and it’s ready for mass production. A precise launch date and device are still unknown.
The feature was initially tested out in Japan late last year, and now Instagram is rolling out QR code support across the globe.
No need to buy a webcam when there is a perfectly good one in your pocket.
The camera maker has a new offering specifically designed with professionals in mind.
Fujifilm’s range of X-series mirrorless cameras is well rounded, but there is still scope for more products on the lower-end of the price spectrum. This is where the new FujiFilm X-T200 comes in as the latest addition to the lineup for 2020. This new device is compact and lightweight, tipping the scales at 370g (body […]
Canon’s latest high-powered cameras is designed for professionals who specialise in sports and wildlife.
It would feature the massive camera sensor that Samsung revealed earlier this year.
The Osmo Pocket is unlike anything on the market right now, but still needs some fine tuning to become a must-have creation tool.
The new device features the same ISOCELL lens developed by Samsung.
FLIR’s smart security solution can rope other internet cameras into its network to give security teams a wider view of an event in real time.
Looking to pick up vlogging? Sony has a camera kit just for you.
The newly announced Galaxy A50s and A30s from Samsung sport a number of camera improvements.
The new Leica is compact, but still more expensive than most.
The pair of Chinese phone makers have very similar technology at play here.
The new ISOCELL Bright GW1 uses the same 0.8μm-sized pixels as the existing 48MP offering from Samsung.
With a moveable screen that is.
It remains to be seen if it will feature in a device this year.