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Samsung edging for better camera experience with the LED’s

Samsung edging for better camera experience with the LED’s

Introduction

Cameras equipped with LED flashes have not turned out to be that great in terms of performance. Pictures are sometimes blurred without any focus on the subject and even there is a green tinge. Samsung has been evolving in the introduction of the different types of LED flashes in the recent years. For the much awaited Samsung Galaxy S5 there is going to be an introduction to the reflector integrated LED flash. The thing will be implemented in the future smart phones and tablets. According to the reviews and the rumors it is going to be one of the greatest smart phones of the time with high end features and great camera quality. It is going to be the highest resolution smart phone with a screen size of 5.25 inches. The camera sensor is upgraded to be 16 megapixels with a long lasting battery which is charged easily within a very less time.

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The Improved LED flash technology

Camera is something which everyone looks for in their phone; it is the new sort of attraction for the youth as capturing memories in the form of pictures is the new trend. A better camera with high quality pictures is basically everybody’s demand. Samsung with its new Galaxy S5 is going to have an edge over the other devices since this new LED flash technology will shoot pictures in a wider view to match up with the smart phone cameras large FOV. Ensuring that there is ample of light to the far edges and the ends of the images which generally lack the amount of light required for a better quality picture. In order to power up the camera even more there is also a flip-chip flash LED and two sided views LED and these LED’s will be show cased in MWC 2014. The color rendering ability is also improved and the flash will function equally both in day light and night. The standard view LED 2016 will be offering better light and enhance the color of the pictures as compared to the images clicked by the other smart phones. There was also an introduction to the side view LED’s which are going to be a lot power efficient and with the small foot print which is around .8mm thick makes them the best for the slimmer smart phones and tablets which are in demand nowadays.

There is also an introduction of a new technology used by the standard flash LED which is known to be cell-film phosphor which will be using a thin film of phosphor on every package instead of applying it to the chip and by doing this the quality of color will be improved.

Conclusion

The quality of low light photography is quite impressive due to the Samsungs ISOCELL technology which will be seen in Galaxy S5 and the LED flash will redefine it into something even better. Because of these designs and the development of its own hardware Samsung is delivering the best smart phones in today’s world.

Watch the Samsung Galaxy 5 Trailer recently launched

Video and Photo Credit goes to Samsung

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Introduction

Cameras equipped with LED flashes have not turned out to be that great in terms of performance. Pictures are sometimes blurred without any focus on the subject and even there is a green tinge. Samsung has been evolving in the introduction of the different types of LED flashes in the recent years. For the much awaited Samsung Galaxy S5 there is going to be an introduction to the reflector integrated LED flash. The thing will be implemented in the future smart phones and tablets. According to the reviews and the rumors it is going to be one of the greatest smart phones of the time with high end features and great camera quality. It is going to be the highest resolution smart phone with a screen size of 5.25 inches. The camera sensor is upgraded to be 16 megapixels with a long lasting battery which is charged easily within a very less time.

s51

The Improved LED flash technology

Camera is something which everyone looks for in their phone; it is the new sort of attraction for the youth as capturing memories in the form of pictures is the new trend. A better camera with high quality pictures is basically everybody’s demand. Samsung with its new Galaxy S5 is going to have an edge over the other devices since this new LED flash technology will shoot pictures in a wider view to match up with the smart phone cameras large FOV. Ensuring that there is ample of light to the far edges and the ends of the images which generally lack the amount of light required for a better quality picture. In order to power up the camera even more there is also a flip-chip flash LED and two sided views LED and these LED’s will be show cased in MWC 2014. The color rendering ability is also improved and the flash will function equally both in day light and night. The standard view LED 2016 will be offering better light and enhance the color of the pictures as compared to the images clicked by the other smart phones. There was also an introduction to the side view LED’s which are going to be a lot power efficient and with the small foot print which is around .8mm thick makes them the best for the slimmer smart phones and tablets which are in demand nowadays.

There is also an introduction of a new technology used by the standard flash LED which is known to be cell-film phosphor which will be using a thin film of phosphor on every package instead of applying it to the chip and by doing this the quality of color will be improved.

Conclusion

The quality of low light photography is quite impressive due to the Samsungs ISOCELL technology which will be seen in Galaxy S5 and the LED flash will redefine it into something even better. Because of these designs and the development of its own hardware Samsung is delivering the best smart phones in today’s world.

Watch the Samsung Galaxy 5 Trailer recently launched

Video and Photo Credit goes to Samsung

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