When it comes to cameras on Android-powered devices, there is a fair number of those out there that do feature some high end capabilities, and it does seem as though the pack is about to get augmented if this particular rumor from @evleaks turns out to be true – @evleaks claims that Lytro will be rolling out an Android-powered camera sometime down the road.

Just to get a better idea on what the Lytro light field camera is all about, it works this way. Lytro’s range of cameras have the technical ability to capture all of the available light within a scene whenever you decide to snap a photo, which means there is no need to worry about having to focus on a particular subject, since all of it will be in focus.

Once done, you have the freedom to choose just which segment you would like to focus on, perhaps even making slight adjustments to the shot’s angle. Not only that, the same photo can be edited unlimited times according to your whim and fancy, hence allowing you more room to breathe, so to speak, when capturing a photo. We have no idea on what basis @evleaks shared this information, but the Twitter channel’s track record has been pretty impeccable to date, although you might want to take a grain of salt to go along with this rumor just to be on the safe side.

Filed in Cellphones >Rumors . Tags: Android, Camera and lytro.
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