If you take a lot of photos in low light conditions, the Samsung Galaxy S6 could be the phone for you.
Packing the powerful innards of the NX1 into a smaller, sleeker chassis is no mean feat – but Samsung has managed it.
In DepthGot one of the tip-top Android phones? Want to improve the stock camera app? Step right up...
Forum users are reporting that the front-facing camera on the iPhone 6 is becoming visibly misaligned, creating a grey crescent effect.
The iPhone 6S/7 could be in for a significant camera overhaul with DSLR quality imagery, if recent comments prove true.
A new leak suggests the Xperia Z4 will have the world's first high-speed and high-sensitivity CMOS sensor
OPINIONAs a tech guy trusted with taking photos and videos, I'm often lost behind a viewfinder. This could change that.
HTC thinks we don't take enough pictures, so has made a dedicated handheld... but isn't that what smartphones are for?