The Samsung Tab has two cameras. The iPad has none. And many of smart phones has two and more will follow. But do tablets need to have two cameras?
I can understand the need for a frontal camera has more mobile warriors switch over to video chats as a mean of communication. With Fring, Skype, and Apple's own FaceTime paving th way to the future, frontal cameras are a must.
But I have yet to see the need for a tablet to have a back camera. I can only see limited use for it. I get the need for the iPhone and other devices to have a back camera as a lot of users use their phones as a point-and-shot camera replacements.
Personally, I don't see myself pointing my iPad or a future Android tablet at my nieces and nephews.
A sales team might go out to take pictures on location but I am sure they'll likely have smart phones as a part of their mobile arsenal.
Maybe when the next generation tablets come out, Apple and others will show needs for the back camera on tablets that I have yet to find an use for.
What do you think? Do we need a rear camera? What use can you find it for?
-- Post From My iPad