Throughout this chapter, we have learned that even though Android is primarily an operating system for devices that are constrained by size, memory, and processor power, it provides support for fairly sophisticated image processing. We covered many of the capabilities for processing existing images, but our exploration of imaging capabilities doesn't end here. In the next chapter, we'll look at some of the APIs that allow us to create images from scratch and do further manipulation while harnessing other sensors such as touchscreens.

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