Nokia plans to release a 41 megapixel camera on a new smartphone as part of the company’s attempt to climb back into relevance. Lawrence Lewitinn:
Nokia wants the world to know that, although they may be Finnish, they’re not finished. The company plans on releasing a 41 megapixel camera in its new 808 PureView phone, hoping the trend for people to photograph their lunches and share them on the Internet also requires higher definition images.
I doubt if buyers will flock to the phone because most are already tied down with a smartphone or a contract. What does Apple have up its sleeve?
Apple is designing a feature called “Mogul” which would allow iPhone to record slow motion video at 120 frames per second. This feature may undoubtedly excite cat owners everywhere as it allows them to upload to YouTube excruciatingly slow motion videos of kittens trying to walk newly waxed floors.
That’ll be a big seller.