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Mobile phone cameras[edit]

This might seem oddly specific, but I'd like to post it here, since there's no mobile phones portal I'm aware of.

I like to use Wikipedia as my primary source of information regarding many things including mobile phones. I'm often interested to see what kind of cameras they have, and there is one single important metric in judging a camera's quality — the sensor size. Unfortunately, it is almost never listed. Instead, one can find a list with 10 entries relating to the camera, but no sensor size.

Can we add the sensor size as the primary attribute of the camera and always cite it if we find information on it? Can someone help me add some sensor sizes to some mobile phones? Homei (talk) 12:54, 17 July 2014 (UTC)