Nowadays, a camera phone is something of a daily staple in our lives. The quality of images these camera phones can also be compared to dedicated compact pocket cameras.
But not many knows of the history of how the camera phone came to be. Officially, the first camera phone recorded was a prototype developed in 1993 by Daniel A. Henderson. This camera phone, that’s now displayed in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, has the ability of taking photos and videos.
But at the time, the photos taken can’t be sent anywhere (E-mail nor MMS). So these were really a camera attached to a phone. Read the rest of this entry » .
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