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In 2012, some have predicted what new products or features to be the trend for the year. Below are some of the predictions.
Partnering with Google, Samsung has just announced the latest product in its smartphone line, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, he first smartphone to run on the newest Android 4.0 operating system.
Apple has just announced its newest most amazing model of iPhone, the iPhone 4S. Compared to its predecessors, the iPhone 4S offers more enhanced incredible features, packed with Apple’s dual-core A5 chip which supports greatly fast performance and fascinating graphic display.
This week, Sony announced its new gadget, the DEV—a pair of new binoculars capable of capturing still images and record full HD videos in AVCHD format. Sony has scheduled to release the new binoculars to market this November.
Competing with Motorola’s DEFY or DEFY+ and the upcoming Sony Ericsson Xperia Active in the Android smartphone market, Samsung has just announced an update to its galaxy smartphone series, the Galaxy Xcover. The smartphone is scheduled to be available in Germany starting from October, while availability in the UK will follow later this year.
ater this month, Motorola is to launch the debut of Motorola Photon 4G—its first WiMax smartphone. Addressed mainly for businessmen, the Photon 4G is powered by a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor each running at 1GHz, 1GB RAM, and comes with Android 2.3(Gingerbread) pre-installed.
Apple is reported to have been working on its newest iPad device which will brings up a 2048×1536 Retina Display resolution with a screen resolution of 250ppi. The device—to be introduced under the name “iPad HD”—will offer features equivalent to the high-end Apple’s Macbook.
Supported by optics from Carl Zeiss, the Nokia N9 is built in with an 8 MP camera featuring wide-angle lens equivalent to the Carl Zeiss Tessar f/2.2 lens. Designed in one-piece body with a 3.9 inch touch screen covered by scratch-resistant glass, it offers smooth swipes for navigating through the screen.
According to latest rumors, Apple is going to involve Sony to handle the camera department of the iPhone 5; it would be shifting from OmniVision—its previous camera manufacturer. As none of the existing Apple products use Sony modules, it becomes logical then to assume that the camera modules are prepared for the coming iPhone 5.
According to the teardown photos of the smartphone, it seems that Apple has changed both the camera lens and the proximity sensor of this white iPhone 4. Moreover, Apple has also improved the white model’s internal proximity sensor.