1. Poopai's Avatar
    10-02-2011 05:44 AM
  2. Akuma's Avatar
    My initial thought is that the amount of MP does not a better camera make. Pushing how many mega pixels a camera has is more of a way to sell something to the general public. They give you a large number and say, "hey look at how much [B]OF THIS[B] we have. I am not knocking it, however I feel that every camera is so very slightly different, and those slight differences make a HUGE difference when all is said and done. I would like to see a screeny posted from the camera before I give it any sort of props.

    EDIT this is the Nexus Prime forum. This post should be moved.
    10-02-2011 06:11 AM
  3. Poopai's Avatar

    EDIT this is the Nexus Prime forum. This post should be moved.
    If you read the link it says the 16 MP might be in the Nexus Prime, hence why I posted it here.
    10-02-2011 06:47 AM
  4. cdf3's Avatar
    I'd much rather see an 8 MP camera with a good quality lens. More MP equate to larger file sizes.

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    10-02-2011 07:42 AM
  5. edoublediz's Avatar
    they MP increase isnt quite as interesting as the backlit CCD sensor. i have read info on this tech and it is very interesting and helps a big problem most phone cameras have, issues with low light shots.
    10-02-2011 07:52 AM
  6. tntdroid's Avatar
    MP = larger prints. I don't need to print posters with my phone camera. I have a Canon for that. Just need a 5-8mp with better quality lens and settings.

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    10-02-2011 08:18 AM
  7. BoostHungry's Avatar
    I'd love to see this in the Prime, and mainly for the megapixel count. I know the MP is only a fraction of the equation but I'm willing to bet that the rest of the equation is 'next gen' as well and will probably take amazing pictures, specially if it has the backlit CCD sensor edizzle stated.

    But the main reason I'd like to see this in the Prime is for marketing. The Prime is slated to go mono-e-mono with the iPhone 5, and this battle is going to come down to much more than android vs apple, fanboy vs fanboy. It's going to be a marketing battle and having a camera with TWICE the MP of the iPhone will be something that will grab the attention of the mass market.
    10-02-2011 10:43 AM