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Scalado’s imaging joy coming to Samsung

Samsung have snapped up elements of Scalado‘s rather swish imaging software services that blew us away at the Symbian Smartphone Show the other week (see video1 and video2).

Here’s what the news release says:

Samsung Electronics has signed a contract with Scalado, the leader in mobile imaging software solutions, to licence and integrate Scalado SpeedTagsâ„¢ technology into future mobile multi-megapixel SOC designs featuring 3 megapixels (MP) and above. Scalado’s technology will be included in Samsung’s image sensor modules in order to help manage the larger files produced by the high-resolution image sensor, thereby improving overall JPEG image handling performance significantly. The camera modules using the new technology will be used in mobile devices, such as camera phones and PDAs.

So watch out. Watch out for some brilliant, brilliant imaging services in upcoming Samsungs…

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

3 replies on “Scalado’s imaging joy coming to Samsung”

I hope Nokia does not squander this opportunity, also why are manufacturers so apprehensive to include a good camera in their phones.

I hope Nokia does not squander this opportunity, also why are manufacturers so apprehensive to include a good camera in their phones.

I hope Nokia does not squander this opportunity, also why are manufacturers so apprehensive to include a good camera in their phones.

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