zThere are rumors saying that Samsung will improve the camera for the next Galaxy Note device. It is said to will offer optical image stabilization features to its users. The new technology used by Samsung, OIS, is already used by some devices and it is reducing image blur which is caused by movement in the moment of the capture.The Galaxy Note 3 will not have the 3x optical zoom as the feature is affecting the thickness and the weight of the device. It is well known that this technology isn't new on the market, but customers are saying that it can be upgraded. So, this is what Samsung will do for the Galaxy Note 3. Customers will discover improvements for movement which are referring to the lens and also sensor.This information is based on rumors as Samsung is withholding from making any official statements regarding this technology. We can only wait and see if the rumors are true and if the new Note will be better than the last one. One thing is almost for sure, if Samsung will announce a new Note device, they will do it at IFA in Germany.Customers are using the camera features more and more as instant sharing is very important to some of them. So probably this is why Samsung is trying to keep up with HTC and Nokia in the battle of the pixels. There are also rumors that we will enjoy a new camera in the Galaxy S4 Zoom which will offer 16 megapixels for high quality videos and pictures.

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