A processor core in a smartphone is a unit inside a smartphone SoC that can be considered as the brain of the phone. In simpler terms, A core is a processing unit within an SoC.
According to Wikipedia, A system on a chip or system on chip (SoC /ˌɛsˌoʊˈsiː/ es-oh-SEE or / sɒk/ sock) can be defined an integrated circuit (also known as a “chip” that integrates all components of a computer or other electronic system.
As most people are starting to become more tech enlightened these days, you hear them make use of the words “megapixels” to try to rate different camera abilities on different smartphones.
Welcome to the final part of this series. If you have not read parts one, two and three, I would strongly suggest that you do so.
This chapter talks about filter, CFA, demosaicing and RGB…..
If you are camera enthusiast and you want to be able to tell a killer camera by just looking at the specs……
In this post, we are going to look at some of the most important parts of a smartphone camera. They are; Image Sensors, Pixels and Megapixels….
A camera is a device (or part of a device) that helps us to capture images and scenes.
Surely, you must have come across a lot of people who dismiss specs as rubbish. I know I have. As soon they ask, “oh this your photo is lovely, how can I make my phone take such a photo?” As soon as you start explaining that their phone uses an 8 megapixel (mp) camera and cannot take pictures like a 48mp camera, you have lost them……
Smartphones have become integral to lives. Almost everyone has a smartphone. In fact these little devices are a daily part of our lives. We rely on them for just about everything.