Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has joined the bandwagon of Samsung products making waves for 2014. Reports about the Korean tech giant's lineup for next year have been rolled out. The top biller is the Samsung Galaxy S5, along with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite. This time the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 joins the party. Latest data noted the device will come with a 16MP ISOCELL camera.
Highlight Press reported a Samsung executive who will be attending the Seoul conference confirmed the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the groundbreaking 16MP ISOCELL camera. According to reports, the latest camera technology will offer users excellent pictures. Users can expect the best photo quality yet to hit a handset.
The ISOCELL technology refers to a mechanism working with individual pixel isolation. The product's image is very clear and provides quality unlike any other. This technology will be the first for a handset. This gives users the users a hint that Samsung means business with its upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Another interesting point about the camera technology is its low-light capabilities. Reports added ISOCELL will make way for big improvements on low-light photography, including extremely challenging settings. People should have an easier time shooting images regardless of the conditions.
Analysts said the release of Sony Xperia and Nokia Lumia line sparked an interest over camera specs of smartphones. The market has become extremely competitive pushing manufacturers to put as much high-end shooting options for their devices. The same pressure applies to companies like Google, Apple and Samsung.
Earlier this year, Nokia launched a Windows Phone shooting with 41MP camera plus Optical Image Stabilization. To date, Nokia's smartphone remains the best handset in the market based on camera specs. Sony follows suit with their flagship device the Xperia Z1. The Z1 shoots with a 20.7 MP camera.
Reports noted the South Korean tech leader plans to release the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 by September 2014. There will be specs surfacing in the coming days as the hype around the device builds. Analysts expected Samsung to dish out more details during the Consumer Electronics Show and Mobile World Congress next year.
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