The next technological development of the Chinese manufacturer will come to the market as a real product in the second quarter of 2019
One of the opening events of the MWC exhibition also provided us with one of the most intriguing refinements expected in the near future in the mobile world - Large zoom in hybrid photography technology, Without loss of quality.
Oppo She promised and kept When she showed Smart device, An unknown for now, with a triangular backlit array with an 48 X-ray camera with an optical stabilization, a 16-wide 120 camera at a wide angle of 12 - and an innovative 160 megapixel zoom camera (with its own optical stabilization) based on an internal prism , Positioned vertically for the other two and capable of providing a focal length of 16 millimeters, ten times the focal length of XNUMX millimeters in the wide angle camera.
This is a truly impressive set of photography capabilities that will undoubtedly quickly become the new default for most major manufacturers, and Oppo will certainly boast that it was the first to reach an achievement - When using the technologies of the Israeli company Corephotonics, Which could soon become Samsung's own acquisition. This potential acquisition clearly clarifies the power of the subject, not only in the eyes of the Chinese actress who has become a synonym for Practical cellular innovation But also in the eyes of one of the biggest names in the whole electronics world.
Wide-angle shooting (right), shooting on the main camera (middle) and close-up of 10 and 5 respectively - when in addition there is even the ability to perform another digital zoom (with loss of quality) up to 20 from the original focal length
The first device with hybrid photography capability is expected to reach retailers between April and June, while meanwhile we have no further technical details about it - and Oppo have promised to launch Unlocked 5G is their first within this time range. Our main question now is when can we see this development in the devices of the OnePlus Which belongs to the same parent company - OnePlus 7T, anyone?