A few weeks back, Infinix launches one of its best smartphone of the year Infinix Note 7 in an online event which I’m sure you all must have seen the review.
The company has taken another giant step, partners with Imint, a Swedish company that provides its video stabilization algorithm solutions to brands like Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo, nubia, OnePlus, and Motorola.
Imint explains that Vidhance uses the device’s motion sensors to predict the phone’s movement, and compensates against unwanted camera movement, even while panning. “Vidhance Video Stabilization offers low power consumption and high performance even in low light conditions and can be deployed in both real-time and post-processing.”
Even though the company didn’t explain other areas of the partnership but we can look forward to other video-related solutions like Vidhance Selfie video, Stable zoom, and active Object tracking since its being provided to other brands.
Infinix Note 7 is the first Infinix device to have a Vidhance and run Helio G70 gaming chipset. The device features a 6.95-inch display, with 720 x 1640 pixels resolutions, a 20.5:9 aspect ratio, and a punch-hole overhead.
Expect other future phones from Infinix to come with Video Stabilization Technology.
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