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Xiaomi's latest smartphone camera experiments channel point-and-shoot vibes

Xiaomi's latest smartphone camera experiments channel point-and-shoot vibes

Xiaomi revolutionized wireless charging last month, and now it looks like it might be poised to do the same thing to smartphone photography. The company has developed new camera technology, including a retractable wide-aperture lens that can increase the amount of light input by up to 300% for clearer, sharper photos — and much like traditional point-and-shoot cameras, the lens retracts into the phone body when not in use.

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Huawei apologizes for passing off DSLR photos as phone shots once again

Huawei apologizes for passing off DSLR photos as phone shots once again

Huawei has a history of passing off DSLR photos as shots from its smartphones. The first incident took place back in 2016 when the company was promoting the P9, followed by two more cases in 2018 and 2019. In what appears to become a yearly occurrence, the company used DSLR photography again when it promoted a photography competition with pictures supposedly shot with Huawei devices.

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Oppo figured out how to shove 5x lossless zoom into a phone without the camera bump

Oppo figured out how to shove 5x lossless zoom into a phone without the camera bump

Oppo showed off some impressive camera innovations at MWC. Dubbed "5x Dual Camera Zoom," the breakthrough allows for 5x lossless zoom in a camera module that is only 5.7mm thick. That means little to no camera bump, in theory. The Chinese OEM is calling this the world's first "periscope style dual-camera technology."

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Sony shows off the first 3-layer stacked CMOS image sensor with DRAM for smartphones

Sony shows off the first 3-layer stacked CMOS image sensor with DRAM for smartphones

At the International Solid-State Circuits Conference this week, Sony took the time to reveal the first 3-layer stacked CMOS sensor (with DRAM) for smartphones ever, which has the potential to lend itself to some amazing leaps in mobile photography.

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