We thought all know the HTC M7 but it seems that this is actually not the case. The guy might actually have retained an asset in his game, an asset that would affect its camera function and more specifically the onboard sensor. Even though all the sensors on the market are expressed in megapixels, HTC have opted for another home device, an alternative that even has a name very promising in terms of marketing: the ultrapixel or the ultrapixels is the choice. And if you want to know more about this funny thing, well you can say that you are very well fallen.
I do not know if you have seen the information but Peter Chou made a splash last Friday by presenting, on the occasion of the celebration of the end of the year organized by HTC, one of the most anticipated mobile time. Which one? No, it is obviously not the Galaxy S4, but the HTC M7. The interesting thing is that Peter has defended his actions by saying he wanted to test the camera ... its new smartphone.
Interesting, no? Of course, since all sensors smartphones typically operate in the same way. Finally out of 808 Nokia PureView, obviously. In this context, one may wonder why the CEO of the firm needed to test this function. According to Pocket-Lint, the explanation is clear enough, the HTC M7 benefit of a different sensor than what is currently on the market.
Ultrapixel: three layers of 4.3 megapixels each for a single sensor
Different in what way? Well actually, the sensor of the HTC M7 involve three layers of pixels, each containing 4.3 megapixels, and a total of 12.9 megapixels. Interesting but do not summarize ultrapixel a riot of megapixels. No, because the real value of this sensor, it would mainly provide better color rendering and produce, in addition, sharper images . And there's more, since the HTC engineers would eventually inspired technology PureView Nokia to produce this sensor.
All this information is obviously to be taken lightly, but I think for me it would be quite logical that HTC seeks to differentiate itself from the competition by focusing on this feature. Whatever anyone says, mobile users are increasingly attentive to clichés and videos produced by the mobile market and the company would be well advised to bet on this horse easier to impose its new terminal on the market.