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Sat, Jul 2, 2011 2:39 PM

HTC Inspire camera specs don't "add" up

What gives with the HTC Inspire camera specs?  It's adverstised as having an 8 Megapixel camera but that is not what the resolutions tell me.  I have a Nokia N900 and its 5 MP camera's maximum resolution tells me it is 4.9 Mp and I have a Kodak point and shoot 10 MP camera and its maximum resolution tells me it is 9.9 something MP but my HTC Inspire maximum resolution is 3264x1952 and that is definitely NOT 8 MP but only 6.4 MP and its next lowest setting of 5 MP is really only 4 MP so AT&T what gives with advertising the Inspire as having an 8 MP camera?

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sitnsidewayz

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9 years ago

What happens when you take off of widescreen?

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9 years ago

Removing widescreen did the trick!  Thanks all.

JFizDaWiz

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9 years ago

exactly 8MP isn't widescreen. turn the setting off to get full resolution but it won't fill your screen anymore
satchev

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9 years ago


@punkybouy wrote:

What gives with the HTC Inspire camera specs?  It's adverstised as having an 8 Megapixel camera but that is not what the resolutions tell me.  I have a Nokia N900 and its 5 MP camera's maximum resolution tells me it is 4.9 Mp and I have a Kodak point and shoot 10 MP camera and its maximum resolution tells me it is 9.9 something MP but my HTC Inspire maximum resolution is 3264x1952 and that is definitely NOT 8 MP but only 6.4 MP and its next lowest setting of 5 MP is really only 4 MP so AT&T what gives with advertising the Inspire as having an 8 MP camera?


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