In case you wondering what kind of picture quality the HTC One X and One S were capable of spitting out, we have a few images here that show off exactly what their new ImageSense technology is all about. In our hands-on video, we were able to demonstrate their speed, and now we can finally take a look at the quality of those images taken with the HTC One.
HTC, who has long been known for providing one of the lesser quality cameras on the market, made a pretty big deal about their new camera tech equipping their flagships with with f/2.o aperture/28mm lenses and they even going as far as giving their devices their own dedicated processor for snapping pics, dubbed “ImageChip.” In theory, ImageChip increases image quality while providing super quick autofocus and taking equally fast snapshots on the fly. The LED even features 5 levels of brightness which should eliminate those creepy washed out photos you take in dimly lit areas.
What did you guys think? Impressed? A good quality camera on my phone is definitely a huge plus for me but one that takes a backseat to display. How do you guys feel about smart phone cameras? Simply an afterthought? Or is a great camera on your smartphone high up on your list of demanded features?