Experts from across the world discuss Mobile Camera Trends for 2022.

Experts from across the world discuss Mobile Camera Trends for 2022

Counterpoint Research hosts an industry event at which TECNO, Samsung Electronics, and DXOMARK discuss current and future innovation.

"Global Mobile Camera Trends 2022: Innovation Talk" studied upcoming camera systems and mobile camera trends.

TECNO, a globally renowned smartphone brand focusing on emerging markets; Samsung Electronics, a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media, and digital convergence technologies; and DXOMARK, an internationally renowned testing agency specialising in cameras, audio, displays, and batteries for consumer electronics, were among the speakers on this webinar.

In addition to high-quality image sensors and clever software algorithms, these businesses have emphasised light sensitivity, image and video stabilisation, and continuous Lossless Zoom. The webinar had four speakers: Tarun Pathak, Hervé Macudzinski, Pan Xuebao, and Jimmy Hsu.

Mid-range smartphones are growing in popularity in both developed and developing markets, according to Counterpoint's research director for smartphones, Tarun Pathak. Companies can give outstanding image experiences across all smartphone price points by combining better picture sensors and intelligent software algorithms.

"Demand for more diverse features and personalization may raise demand for ToF (time of flight) and DVS," says Jimmy Hsu of TECNO Image Technology (dynamic vision sensor). Smartphones will so trump specialised cameras." To cater to clients in Africa, Pakistan, and other countries TECNO already focuses on personalization. He also highlighted recent advances in light sensitivity, image and video stabilisation, zoom, and high-resolution – enabled by technologies like RGBW and G+P, Sensor Shift, and telescopic lenses.

He stated that some of these innovative technologies will be included in TECNO's new products in 2022. Mr. Hsu stated, "TECNO constantly strives to give an exceptional photo and video experience via ongoing innovation and a deep understanding of user demands."

Hervé Macudzinski, DXOMARK's Image Science Director and Product Owner, noted how "new technology in smartphone cameras is allowing folks with expert photography skills to get DSLR quality images." He also prioritises low-light photography for devices in the $400-600 price bracket, where big advances are conceivable.

"We're nearing the point where smartphone firms can now generate DSLR-grade photography in customers' hands," says Pan Xuebao, VP and Head of R&D at Samsung. Samsung's Tetra and Nona technologies shine in both bright and dark conditions, he said.

Media professionals and industry players from Africa, Southeast Asia, Europe, and the US participated in the webinar, asking questions regarding topics of interest to tech-savvy mobile users and picture enthusiasts globally.

For further smartphone image advances, the webinar highlighted future mobile camera technology developments and outlined expectations for how these technologies will be implemented globally and by consumers.

Enjoyed this article? Stay informed by joining our newsletter!


You must be logged in to post a comment.

Related Articles
About Author
Recent Articles