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Claudio Costerni • 7 years ago

Gannon,
a decrease by 78% of the COLOR NOISE, not the brightness!

Gannon Burgett • 7 years ago

Thanks for catching that discrepancy, Claudio. It's been corrected.

Johan • 7 years ago

This is actually a Kodak patent of many years ago, except that the layout is a little different. http://www.dpreview.com/art...

Blue Gum • 7 years ago

"It’s also worth noting Huawei isn’t the first to develop an RGBW sensor. Sony has had one in development since 2012."

The camera they are using is from Sony.

Guest • 7 years ago
Blue Gum • 7 years ago

It's not about who's using, it's about who made it and that is Sony.

Guest • 7 years ago
Blue Gum • 7 years ago

Let me spell it out [snip - mod];
Sony sell the camera sensors to Huawei, they pay Sony for the sensors in this phone.

Guest • 7 years ago
Blue Gum • 7 years ago

Re-read our conversation, you appear to have drifted into your own world somewhere along the way.

Claudio Costerni • 7 years ago

No Ethos,
unfortunately at today - we are in the year 2015 - Sony has not yet the best optics, except for a few exceptions.
Has the best sensors, not the best optics, even if they have printed the great name Zeiss.

Claudio Costerni • 7 years ago

Wow! Wow! Wow!
So, around the corner, will soon appear a new photo contender.
Huawei mirrorless cameras! 😉

Claudio Costerni • 7 years ago

I had heard and read it, and I'm not nobody!

Guest • 7 years ago
Claudio Costerni • 7 years ago

Uuuh... I see.
So, what would be your priorities Ethos, if you know ?

Gannon Burgett • 7 years ago

You are correct. That was not in any of Huawei documents, but an Ars Technica reporter was told that is the case by a demonstrator.

http://arstechnica.com/gadg...