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Mark Peters : October 13th 2009 - 13:32 CET

20 Megapixel camera phone technology announced


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Texas InstrumentsTexas Instruments 20 Megapixel camera phone technology : New OMAP-DM5x coprocessors from Texas Instruments bring 20 megapixel imaging and 720p high-definition camcorder capabilities to mobile phones. Further addressing consumer expectations for mobile phones that deliver performance equivalent to stand-alone consumer devices, Texas Instruments Incorporated announced two new members of its OMAP-DM5x family of coprocessors, which deliver the industry's highest megapixel capability, with up to 20 Megapixel still imaging capabilities, as well as 720p high-definition (HD) camcorder functionality. With this new technology, manufactures are able to produce 20 Megapixel camera phones.
20 Megapixel camera phone

20 Megapixel camera phone technology
The Texas Instruments OMAP-DM515 and OMAP-DM525 coprocessors accelerate imaging and video performance, giving handset manufacturers an easy way to upgrade existing camera phone designs to get to market quickly with cutting-edge multimedia capabilities.

Advanced still imaging & video features
• Face detection and tracking
• Smile detection
• Blink detection
• Red-eye removal
• Backlight compensation
• Advanced image and video stabilization
• Photo and video editing capabilities

20MP camera phone

Key features OMAP-DM5x coprocessor
• Digital SLR-"like" imaging, support, with up to 20 megapixels
• High quality 720p HD video capture
• 8 Megapixel shot-to-shot performance, with 1.4 frames per second
• Perfect moment technology, captures a series of photos
• Smart lighting : Compensates for backlit and low-light environments
• Face tracking : Identifies, recognizes and focuses on faces
• Auto scene detector : Determines appropriate settings based on environment
• Video noise filter : Improves video quality
• Advanced motion-triggered image stability
• TV-out capabilities enable content sharing on larger screens
• Pin compatibility between all devices allows for easy design upgrades
• Eliminates need for external memory

Camera phone

Availability of 20 Megapixel camera phone technology
The new Texas Instruments OMAP-DM515 coprocessor is available today. The Texas Instruments OMAP-DM525 coprocessor is sampling today, with production expected in 2010. These new products are intended for high-volume wireless OEMs and ODMs and are not available through distributors.




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