What is an "UltraPixel" camera?
ernard 1 year ago
HTC's new One has what they are calling an UltraPixel camera. Is this something that is actually new (and improved!), or is it just a marketing department branding of existing technology? There have been some pretty radical developments in camera tech over the past couple of years, such as the Lytro camera, so I don't want to be cynical without reason. Does the HTC One's camera actually bring anything new to camera design?
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