First image taken by Samsung Galaxy S4 camera appears
Recently, an image uploaded to Google’s photo sharing site ‘Picasa’, claims to be taken by a device bearing the model number SGH-N045. The image is consisted of a filing cabinet, floor, and a table leg.
If you look at the image given here, it is actually saying that it was taken by the Samsung Galaxy S4’s 10MP camera, bearing a resolution of 4128 x 2322p (pegs at around 9.6MP mark). This is indeed an improvement from the Samsung Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S3’s 8MP shutters.
During the CES 2013, we’ve witnessed different devices with 13MP shutters in the likes of the Sony Xperia Z, Huawei Ascend D2, and the ZTE Grand S. Sadly, if that picture came from a 10MP camera of the Samsung Galaxy S4, this is not good as other mobile phone players are launching their 13 MP shutters.
Luckily, the details pulled from the photo’s EXIF data proves nothing as it can easily be forged to saying this and that. There is also no guarantee that the image in question is really from Samsung’s upcoming flagship the Galaxy S4.
Previously, it was rumoured that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be sporting a 13MP rear-facing shutter. If companies like ZTE, Huawei, and Sony came up with one, I am desperately wishing and hoping that Samsung would follow suit.
For now, all we have to go on is the picture given above. It’s not that bad, but a 13MP shutter will be damn good on the up and coming Samsung flagship device.
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