Camera Phones: Click on the Move

By: Keith Rickwood

Camera phones are very popular among mobile users. So much that, now almost every new mobile phone
introduced has imaging capabilities enabled in it. An estimate says around 500 million mobile phones are sold every year out of which camera phones take a large pie. The fight now is not for whether a mobile phone has a camera or not, but how powerful the photographic capabilities are. With Samsung offering a 10-megapixel camera, the competition has only got intense and even the manufacturers of Blackberry smart phones had to add camera in their latest addition.

Right from a 0.3-megapixel camera to 5-MP and now 10-megapixel, camera mobile phones have grown and evolved over the years. Its not only in resolution, but the supporting imaging capabilities too, have seen tremendous improvement over the years. Carl Zeiss optics, landscape mode, T.V output and red eye reductions have made imaging power of mobile phones brighter and livelier and it wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that camera phones have replaced many low end dedicated cameras.

Every popular manufacturer, be it Nokia, Samsung, LG or Sony Ericsson, have camera phones in their product portfolio. LG U830, LG U400, Nokia N80, Sony Ericsson K800i, K750i are some of the handsets which are known for their quality imaging prowess. With Bluetooth enabled in these handsets, you can also share images with people or simply upload it in blogs.

The latest camera phones available in the market allow you to shoot, share and print-thus offering a complete imaging package. Some of the camera phones have good editing tools which help you to go creative and add more spice to your images. With print function available in many a camera phones, you can connect the handset with a compatible printer and get prints spontaneously.

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