Phones with 48-megapixel cameras are now a thing. In fact, I’ve got one on my desk literally right this second. These handsets are capable of producing bigger and more richer photos. To ensure it’s still easy to upload these humongous pictures to the Internet, Facebook today open-sourced a handy tool called Spectrum. Spectrum is an image processing library for Android and iOS. It aims to improve the reliability of image uploads, while simultaneously making them less demanding on one’s data plan. Facebook already uses Spectrum in-house across its collection of mobile apps. The library is essentially a one-stop-shop for performing…

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