MWC 2017: Oppo To Unveil Photography Tech Called '5x'
Oppo is said to be unveiling a new photography tech at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona. The tech giant revealed in a press release that the "5x" capturing technology would be unveiled and reports also suggested that it might bring along a new selfie smartphone that will showcase the new technology.
5X Technology: Future Of Mobile Photography
The new capturing technology will have a 5x zoom lenses. These zoom lenses will allow users to shoot photos with enhanced and detailed background and high-resolution image quality.
Oppo has envisioned delivering a great beautification for selfies. It is worth noting that the company has started this "selfie-centric smartphones" trend, which the new 5x technology falls right into place.
Oppo Offers Innovative Selfie-Centric Devices
Oppo, which popularity rose quickly with smartphones intended for selfie lovers, has been offering a handful of devices that feature such front cameras and technology for an enhanced selfie shots. Oppo's F-series have been one of its large-selling devices and recently, reports have noted of Oppo's upcoming smartphone, the Oppo Find 9, to feature selfie-centric capabilities.
Oppo's F-Series feature excellent front-facing shooters. It is the result of a year-long R&D process, together with the company's exceptional expertise in imaging technology.
On the other hand, previous reports revealed that the new Oppo Find will feature a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display and a 1440 x 2560 resolution, which offers a 534 PPI pixel density. It will be powered by Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835 as per GSM Arena.
Oppo: Faster Charging Speed
Oppo is not only focusing on photography tech but have also worked on different technologies to offer better products. One of these is Oppo's staple feature, the VOOC Rapid Charge. This technology, which was unveiled last year, features 4x faster-charging speed than conventional chargers.
The VOOC Rapid Charge offers fast charging, which can fully charge the device in just 15 minutes. It comes with a newly developed low-voltage pulse-charge algorithm. Super VOOC Flash Charge can have the device to a 45-percent of power in just five minutes of charging.
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