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Camera UI and photo comparison between four high end Windows Mobile devices

As readers here know, I have been checking out the HTC Touch Diamond and found the camera to be one of the first on a Windows Mobile device that actually works quite well. My buddy Arne Hess, from the::unwired, just posted a great article that compares the camera software and photo quality between the HTC Touch Diamond, Touch Pro, Samsung Omnia SGH-i900, and Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1. I am just impressed that Arne is able to get so much hands-on time with each of these devices.
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Written by Matthew Miller, Contributor writer on

As readers here know, I have been checking out the HTC Touch Diamond and found the camera to be one of the first on a Windows Mobile device that actually works quite well. My buddy Arne Hess, from the::unwired, just posted a great article that compares the camera software and photo quality between the HTC Touch Diamond, Touch Pro, Samsung Omnia SGH-i900, and Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1. I am just impressed that Arne is able to get so much hands-on time with each of these devices.

Check out the comparison to see the camera user interfaces, photos in well-lit outside environment and indoor locations, and photos with the LED light (if available). I would like to see shots in very low light conditions too, which is an environment that camera phones struggle with. The Nokia N82 does a fantastic job with its Xenon flash in low light, but there currently isn't a Windows Mobile device with this capability.

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