Better camera or latest version?


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  1. fahadchaudhry

    fahadchaudhry Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi
    I want to buy an android phone but at the same time I want a top quality camera as well. So, I was waiting for X10. But I came to know that it's coming with v1.5 or v1.6 and by the time it comes into the market, v2.0+ will be there already. So, I am concerned about the update. What is the procedure to update the software? Or should I compromise on camera and go for the android phone which has the latest version? Do all android phones get the updates, if not then which ones? Which make is highly able to receive updates?
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  2. lexshero

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    Well unfortunately, the android phones to update will be the popilar ones, motorola droid, htc hero...mytouch eg may get left behind, along witj otjers. My experiance is android phones take pictures woth some blurry results, i own the sprrint hero with 5 mp camera, and its not very good, as far as tweeks tje camera had plenty of settings to help, but tjeres aldo great apps to tweek the.android cameras. As far as updayes, when an update is released you will see in settings that one is available, tjen click update, takes just a few mimuites, and everythings easy...your done. No hastle at all. Im not sure tje phone ou were referimg to, bit thos is my experiance with the.sprint hero and t mobile mytouch 3g, hopefully i helped in some way.
     
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    fahadchaudhry Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well, thanks Lexshero. Your reply was helpful. Owing to the fact that I always look for a better camera in phones because then you don't need to carry a camera with you, I want to go for Sony Ericsson's X10. That's has got a really good camera. I hope updates work the way you said.
     

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