Edmond Legum

When camera phones were first introduced, they elicited tremendous consumer interest. To some, this was suprising because prior to that, the U.S. market tended to respond tepidly to extra features in phones. Camera phones changed that. But which route this category will take on the road to success depends on who you ask. The Henry Ford's of imaging see the camera phone as a predecessor to all-in-one devices, transforming communications in the same way the automobile revolutionized travel. Traditionalists argue that little good can come from low-res imaging, especially when you compare humble VGA camera phones with the more sophisticated and popular digital cameras.

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