Many people around the world keep looking at camera pixels and then buy the smartphone. People these day wanna buy the smartphone with more camera pixels at cheap price. They don’t know about pixel but people these days judge the quality of camera on its pixels. Many smartphone company increase the pixel of camera. But reduce other feature of smartphone. These day many smartphone are launched. Every day by increasing pixel of camera and ignoring other main features of smartphone.
What Pixels are
Pixel is defined to be the smallest point on the image. It does not depend upon the quality of image. Pixel are smallest dot present in pic. [in simple words] when u increase the resolution of your image. Then image is clear up to a certain dimension. After that you observe that pic start appearing blur. The more zooming of your image is done. The more image is becoming blur. It is due to pixel quality which support the length of an image. Pixel support the image quality when zooming is done to much extended level.
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Who need higher Pixels in camera
The higher pixels in camera is demand of photographers. Photographer need higher pixel so that they can zoom from a certain distance too. They need higher camera pixels to take pictures and then to find certain people. Many professional photographer take group picture with camera then. They certainly identify one by one. Latest DSLR have pixel up to 91,000.
Note : Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone has highest ever 41 mega-pixel camera.
It say never judge a smartphone on its camera pixels. Pixels are just waste for smartphone. We use smartphone and click images for fun. Not for professional use. We should concentrate on features likes RAM [Random Access Memory]. RAM is the most important feature of smartphone. But it is always ignored when it comes to camera. So buy a smartphone without judging its camera pixel.
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