94% of Indian consumers believe the number of camera lenses on a smartphone impacts photo quality: Corning Gorilla Glass survey

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Technology has come a long way, with a rapid transformation of the mobile phone industry allowing phones to evolve from a simple instrument for calling people to a device with innovative features serving a multitude of cases. of use. Regardless of the features a user is looking for in their next device, there is at least one product that meets their needs. Life without your smartphone now seems like a dystopian reality, and of all the utilities on a smartphone, the one people seem to have embraced the most is the camera.

2020 has seen over 1.43 trillion photos taken, with over 90% of photos taken on mobile phones, each year in a row as smartphone cameras become even more powerful. Visual storytelling has become a currency for many, and the capability of smartphone cameras has evolved significantly over the past decade, allowing users to easily capture higher quality images. Nowadays, users have become knowledgeable enough to consider several factors when evaluating a smartphone camera, including the number of camera lenses, light capture, resolutions and the megapixels that would satisfy the photographer in them. A recent Corning Gorilla Glass survey commissioned from TRUE Global Intelligence offers in-depth insights into how Indians use their smartphone cameras, what their preferences are, and more. The survey involved over 1,000 consumers from across India.

The survey revealed some interesting observations, for example, 94% of Indians believe that the number of camera lenses on a smartphone impacts photo quality. It has become clear that beyond the price of the device, smartphone cameras have also become a key factor in a customer’s purchasing decision, with 42% of users saying they have considered the quality of the camera of a new phone before buying one.

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According to the results, 63% of Indian consumers felt that a three-camera module was necessary for optimal image quality. It also emerged that the most important features of a smartphone camera lens for consumers are image clarity, light capture and drop resistance.

Additionally, the survey revealed that 70% of consumers wanted cameras with high megapixel counts, 66% wanted cameras with HDR support, and 65% preferred better zoom ranges on their smartphone cameras. It’s easy to overlook the fact that a component like a camera lens cap could be affecting the light your smartphone picks up. The camera lens cover developed by Corning Gorilla Glass is an ideal solution, which helps protect the camera lens of a smartphone from damage, providing anti-reflective capabilities and helping to capture more light.

Corning Gorilla Glass with DX/DX+ is well equipped to meet the expectations of the evolving Indian consumer and encourages them to fully indulge their love for photography. The DX Wallet allows up to 99% of light to pass through the camera lens, in addition to offering the industry’s best combination of advanced optical performance and superior scratch resistance, as well as the legendary toughness of Gorilla Glass.

Disclaimer: This article was produced on behalf of Corning Gorilla Glass by the Internet Times Spotlight Team.

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