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By 309041291a, Senior Member on 23rd April 2012, 01:10 AM
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This has nothing to do with our Nexus, but I felt the need to share :P. The Nokia 808 has a 41 MP camera. Here I thought 8, even 10 was AMAZING for a phone....... In 3 years from now what will be 'normal' standards for a phone camera... Imagine the Nexus of then. Haha.

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23rd April 2012, 01:19 AM |#2  
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With those types of phones we may have to get attachments to deal with the giant sensors. If that becomes popular I imagine most devices will have two backfacing sensors, one smaller sensor for everyday spur-of-the-moment pictures and the other much larger sensor for more planned photography so that the user doesn't have to deal with carrying around a set lenses everywhere they go.
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What will be the size of a photo taken by that camera? Pic of a 5MP camera is ~3 MB so a pic of a 41 MP will be almost 38=24 MB?!?!

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What will be the size of a photo taken by that camera? Pic of a 5MP camera is ~3 MB so a pic of a 41 MP will be almost 38=24 MB?!?!

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In about 3 years phones will support a TB if internal storage. Jks . Yeah that's insane.. you can go watch a super HD video taken from the phone on YouTube

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In about 3 years phones will support a TB if internal storage. Jks . Yeah that's insane.. you can go watch a super HD video taken from the phone on YouTube

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Yeah.. then the internal storage wont be 16GB but 1TB hahahaha lol

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The trends tend to be different than that.

Let's see, the original iPhone came out with 4gb, 8gb or 16gb
the 3g iPhone came with 8, 16, and 32
the 3gs was available with 8,16, and 32
the 4 is available at 8 and was available in 16 and 32
the 4s is available in 16, 32 and 64 and as it is succeeded it will probably get an 8gb model

While our devices are not iPhones they tend to follow the iPhone storage wise.

I see a plateau at 16 and 32. That span was over 4 years. I imagine that there probably won't be many break-throughs between now and three years from now so the standard sizes will be 32 at the low end with 64 at the high end.
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It will jump to 1tb eventually. Not now or anytime soon.

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I was kidding about the TB thing :P. You'll have to be buying one hell of an SD card though. Sadly the phone runs Symbian, not my favorite OS.

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