We have heard a few rumors about the new iPhone 4G, and a possible 2010 release date before, also the possibility of two cameras, one for taking pictures and one for video conferencing. Following on from the news that Pegatron is allegedly an OEM for the new iPhone, we have some hints towards 720p recording.
Engadget reported a few days ago that HD video is looking to be the next must-have feature in top-end Smartphones, and rumors hint at high definition video recording on the new Apple iPhone (4G).
You may remember the codename “N89” that was found in the iPhone OS 3.2 SDK, and a file in this software hinted towards increased video resolution. It’s being reported that the next-generation iPhone should have a video width at 1280 pixels, and 921,600 pixels per frame (1280 x 720). The AVC profile has increased to 3.1 too, and gives support for 720p.
So you should expect 720p recording in the new iPhone 4G, although it’s really expected for a 2010 phone at this level anyway.