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Apple's new iPhones shift smartphone camera battleground to AI

Apple’s new iPhones shift smartphone camera battleground to AI

13.9.2019

Apple’s new iPhones shift smartphone camera battleground to AI

The technology industry's battleground for smartphone cameras has moved inside the phone, where sophisticated artificial intelligence software and special chips play a major role in how a phone's photos look.

and Huawei, already a feature on their flagship models.

's Google Pixel have had similar features since last year.

Samsung and Huawei also design custom chips for their phones, and even Google has custom "Visual Core" silicon that helps with its Pixel's photography tasks.

"Owning the stack today in smartphones and chipsets is more important than it's ever been, because the outside of the phone is commodities," Reith said.

Read more: CNBC

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