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Largan expected to obtain increasing orders for HD lens modules for smartphones
Erica Yen, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES
As HTC, Samsung Electronics, Sony Ericsson and other vendors have adopted HD front cameras in place of VGA ones for their new smartphone models to hike video phone quality, Taiwan-based Largan Precision is expected to receive increasing orders for HD...
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