No matter what phone you pick, if it is decent enough, it would come with a decent camera too. That’s good enough for most of us, except for the ones who are really passionate about photography and want their smartphone pictures to be comparable to that of DSLRs and SLRs in the market.
Android smart phones are available with different types of in-built cameras; some can be very high quality while some others may be very poor. There could be several reasons for the same ranging from phone model to Android version installed on the mobile phone. The good thing is that nowadays there are several apps available, which can be used to edit as well as share photos with others. Let us look at such five apps in the following sections.
It has become impossible to imagine life without Smartphones. Launched a couple of years back, Smartphones have fast made a big space in our daily lives. We work, play, interact and browse with the help of it. That’s why every year smart phone makers are presenting newer and better Smartphones to us. The OS is evolving and with it the size, capabilities and style quotient of the Smartphones are changing as well.
The HTC Desire is a mid-range Android phone and is quite a strong contender in the market. The stylish Desire X uses the Android v4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS and is powered by the impressive 1 GHz Dual Core ARM Cortex-A5 with 768 MB RAM. The phone’s 4 Inch Super LCD capacitive touch screen supports WVGA, 800 x 480 pixel resolution with 16 M colors to give you bright and clear display. The Adreno 203 GPU gives you enhanced graphics that are faster and smoother. A major plus of the Desire X is the user-friendly HTC Sense 4.0 user interface that delivers endless customization and easy navigation.
This mobile phone runs on Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system. The Xperia Arc S from Sony Ericsson comes with a powerful1.4 GHz Qualcomm Scorpion processor that is capable of handling all your applications with ease. This phone has a 4.2-inch TFT touch screen loaded with Bravia Engine and Gesture Input features. The Timescape UI on the Xperia Arc S gives you an immersive experience. The phone also has 512 MB RAM.