LG: Optimus G will sport the “world’s best camera”

LG boasts about Optimus G, having world's best cameraForget the 41MP Nokia PureView’s camera as South Korean tech firm LG brags that their latest Optimus G is going to feature the “world’s best camera.”

The LG Optimus G is said to carry with it a 13MP camera in some countries while others will get an 8MP variant.

In a video, LG claims that their LG Optimus G line will have the best camera in the world. It also said that the camera of the LG Optimus G will sport “High Accuracy PKG technology from LG Innotek” which enables it to be small and boasts of better accuracy compared to other cameras.

Hyeong-cheol Moon director of Optical Solution Business of LG Innotek said that the LG Optimus G is “the world’s best ultra compact and ultra slim camera”.

Although he said that the device’s 13MP camera is the highest pixel camera on any smartphone, a lot of individuals were dumbfounded as Nokia’s PureView 808 packs a 41MP cam.

But as what they say, the megapixel count of a camera isn’t all that matters as the hardware of the camera also means a lot to image quality.

The LG Optimus G also packs a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S$ Pro processor similar to the Samsung Galaxy S III.

It also boasts of a 4.7 inch display and LTE and NFC technology.

Who has the best camera then? LG or Nokia?

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Google’s Nexus One tear-down

Credit: iSuppli

iSuppli says Google’s Nexus One actually contains around $174-worth of hardware. To estimate the bill of materials, the company broke down all of the phone’s components and  came up with a fairly simple breakdown.

The phone’s 1 GHz Snapdragon processor is the most expensive part, costing $30.50. The OLED display comes in second with $23.50 then the device’s memory which is $20.40.

The Nexus One’s touchscreen assembly comes in next, costing $17.50 and the camera with $12.50.

The MicroSD Card ($8.50), Bluetooth/wLAN ($8.20) and Battery ($5.25) rounds up the breakdown. The rest of the expenses goes to parts like electrical components, power management technology and other mechanical hardware.

Manufactured by HTC, the Nexus One costs $529 if you buy it unlocked or $179 if it comes with a two-year T-Mobile contract.

What do you think? Is the price worth it?

Source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/186658/nexus_one_cheaper_than_an_iphone_inside.html

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