Nokia could soon be selling smartphones with cameras capable of capturing pictures with a resolution which is “better than the human eye”
An interesting article on Nokia Conversations talks about the work NGP (Nokia People Growth) is doing.
NGP since 2006 have been finding Ecosystem Partners who they invest in, such as Pelican Imaging whose Array Camera technology we covered in April and InVisage, who, according to the article are “developing new image sensing technology that has the potential to deliver smartphone image sensors that boast a resolution of hundreds of millions of pixels – better than the human eye. It means that photographs could be sharper, clearer and better than ever before”.
Nokia aren’t alone in bringing Smartphones to market with cutting edge camera technology, but they are arguably at the top of the game. And, judging by the investments NGP are making, should continue to lead the way.
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