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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lenny.miller, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. lenny.miller

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    Maybe this is a dumb question, but the D3 supposedly records HD video in 1080p, but in the video settings, your highest quality choice is 720p. Am I missing something?
     

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    Just drag your settings screen down. 720 is the top by default, but scroll up and 1080 is there!
     
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    it says 1080p there. and by all means its decent video...but when hooked up to a 1080p tv...you can see it is no 1080p. im just saying.


     
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    I knew it was a dumb question. When I pulled down the menu, I didn't realize it went up. Thanks.
     
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    when phones say 1080p or 720 P they mean the RESOLUTION not the actual QUALITY. keep this in mind for future purchases. And as for it being a phone, the quality is fantastic. that goes for ANY modern phones that record in 1080p or 720p. for phones the video is awesome
     

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