Sponsored Video: A Smartphone That Takes Better Pictures in the Dark!

A Smartphone That Takes Better Pictures in the Dark

Do you know what I need?

I need a smartphone that slips more easily into my pocket and takes better photos in the dark.

Whether you’re an Instagram obsessive, a “pro” mobile photographer, or simply enamored with kitty pics, smartphones have revolutionized the ways in which we take and share photos.

They say the best camera is the one you have with you, but that doesn’t mean it’ll always give you the best-looking pictures. Low light levels can make capturing a celebrity photo that is in-focus and with enough light very challenging, especially with a Smartphone.

Capture your night like never before with the Nokia Lumia 928, the best low-light smartphone camera. Better than the Apple iPhone 5. Better than the Samsung Galaxy S4.

This innovative Windows Phone smartphone sports an 8.7MP camera featuring a high-quality, wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens. And, the unique combination of Optical Image Stabilization and a Xenon flash make the Nokia Lumia 928 the best smartphone camera for low-light photos.

With Windows Phone 8 on board, you also get innovative Lens photo apps built right into the viewfinder of the camera, so you can easily enhance your photos and unleash your creativity as you point and shoot. And Lens apps are only available on Windows Phone.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Microsoft.

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Wade Harman | June 27th, 2013

This is really neat! I’m looking forward to this coming out! My iPhone 4 is getting pretty old!

Lynn O'Connell | June 27th, 2013

I’m an Apple girl, but this sounds appealing for night shots. Maybe if the next iPhone disappoints.

Pamela | June 28th, 2013

I really need a new phone since my touchscreen broke. This looks like a strong contender!

Jocelyn | June 28th, 2013

UGH – my phone is the WORST in dark places! I need a new phone!

Ali | June 28th, 2013

That technology looks pretty cool. My iphone is pretty bad in the dark.

jody | June 28th, 2013

that’s a great idea – since many times the things i want most to photograph are in dark places