Here is about handphone with camera.
The introduction of a camera feature in a cellular phone was one of the main achievements in the technical development of the communications sector. People find it more interesting and rewarding to buy camera phones than cells that don't include the device. In fact such non-camera designs are considered obsolete and unfashionable. Since most models now have the feature built-in, the quality difference between various brands and models comes from the technical performance of the camera and the rest of the phone characteristics. The price of the more extravagant designs reaches $1,000 but there are users ready to pay it.
The development extent of camera phones has reached the level where pictures can be shared as instant media services with anyone you want. However, although some companies focused on peer-to-peer video designs, the majority worked on instant picture sharing and photo shooting. If in the past camera phones needed more power consumption, things are pretty different at present when the phone battery suffers little modification by the use of the camera wireless infrastructure. Japan was the country to make the most serious of efforts for the development of the camera phones technologies.
Nokia became the largest camera phones seller in 2004, and the popularity of the products was so impressive that in 2006 few models still lacked the built-in camera function. Among the companies that produce camera phones there are Sony, Siemens, Samsung, Motorola, Toshiba, Sanyo and LG Electronics. The impact of camera phones on the group subconscious and personal social interaction level cannot be denied. On the contrary, the possibility to capture events as they happen is considered a great gift. Then, the mobile features also allow for their immediate transmission, which makes the devices even more rewarding to use.
One of the controversies triggered by camera phones is illegal photo shooting. While pretending to simply check the phone menu, one can easily take pictures against a person's wishes. Lots of scandals happened because of celebrity photos captured with camera phones that were afterwards made public in tabloids. Voyeurism, the infringement of the copyright regulations, or privacy invasion are all serious crimes, punishable by law.