The Rage of Camera Mobile Phones

By: Andrena Markley

Perhaps the camera phones is the most searched keyword when it comes to mobile phones, as the camera phones are a rage in the mobile phone industry and are much in demand and are popular every where around the world. Not very long ago, a mobile phone with a camera was a great feature but now the camera phones are so much in rage that they have become more like a common feature in the mobile phones. Now the resolution of cameras in a phone matters. VGA resolution camera is now a history, 1.3 Mega Pixels camera is a thing of the past, now the standard feature in any high end mobile phone is a 2 Mega Pixels camera that is much admired feature in any mobile phone.

Sony Ericsson is instrumental in giving a boast to the camera phones in the form of Cyber shot series which was launched some years ago and have taken the mobile phone industry by storm. It started with a 2 Mega Pixels camera in its signature model K750i, and then launched its higher versions with a 3.2 Mega Pixels camera in their celebrated handsets like Sony Ericsson K790i and so on. Recently it launched its ambitious 5 Mega Pixels camera phone namely Sony Ericsson K850i that has also stirred the mobile phone market and all the cybershot series fans. It was probably inspired by the celebrated Nokia N95, that created ripples in the mobile phone market. Ere this, Nokia also launched Nokia N93 and N93i, which were touted as the calling camcorders and are considered to be amongst the best camera phones till date.

Recently Samsung has also joined the race by introducing its 5 Mega Pixels camera phone namely Samsung G600, that has also received a heartfelt welcome by the users. LG has also made its presence felt by launching its LG KG920, to the relief of the LG loyalists. So, the users are quite happy with the rat race because it is catering to their interest and making them enjoy the experience of the best photography in the mobile phones.

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