-By Counterpoint‘s most recent report, insisting on industry-leading research, TECNO is recognized as one of the few brands that has made breakthroughs in AI-enhanced mobile photography and videography.
HONG KONG – April 30, 2021 – / African Media Agency (AMA) / – Counterpoint Technology Market Research, a global research firm specializing in TMT (technology, media and telecommunications) industry products, recently published a whitepaper called : “Technology Convergence Clicks on Smartphone Cameras”. The report charts the intertwined evolution of smartphone and camera technology and predicts that both ecosystems will increasingly depend on each other for progress, given current trends in the computing power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in phones. smart. In its report, Counterpoint has cited TECNO, a rising global smartphone brand, and its upcoming CAMON 17 Pro as a stellar example of a modern phone that embodies this trend, incorporating camera technology, artificial intelligence, scene recognition and more in a technologically advanced everyday product. .
Linking camera technology with smartphones has been a fundamental tenet of user demands since its introduction 20 years ago, with the launch of the Kyocera VP-210 in Japan in 1999. Today, more than a third of all smartphones are 32-108 megapixels (MP). This is the most common band, of which 48MP and 64MP seem to be considered mainstream today. The CAMON 17 Pro is representative of this category and takes the selfie experience to a new level with its 48MP front camera. As 108MP or even higher is a competing trend, TECNO shared that consumers have two options: either through the high magic pixels feature or the software-level computational photography system. According to Counterpoint, “he expects this high-resolution trend to continue into the 5G decade, with the goal of realizing the perception capable of the human eye.”
Expect not only phones but cameras to get smarter as AI plays an increasingly important role in smartphone development. Smartphone AI is now able to help user edit directly from their phones. Easy-to-use editing tools help the average user to perform complex functions and effects without having to leaf through instruction manuals. AI has helped eliminate or reduce background noise and clutter, hide imperfections, and redesign body shapes to an appreciable degree. Counterpoint uses the example of TECNO’s TAIVOS (TECNO AI Vision Optimization Solution) technology, which is an advanced signal processing technology that interprets raw data through vertical AI multi-frame segmentation based on tens of millions of points. data, which can filter out noise from the image. enhance and optimize image clarity, thereby enhancing the effects of night photography. CAMON 17 Pro from TECNO brings the next generation of TAIVOS into the hands of users, as its robust imaging system has proven to fit various complexions and social settings. The super night mode in CAMON 17 Pro compatible with TAIVOS adds unmatched clarity to photos, even when taken in the dark. TAIVOS allows the 1.6μm camera to let in more light and optimize details in a low-light background.
New features and innovations powered by artificial intelligence are expected to play a more critical role for smartphone makers in differentiating their products, Counterpoint predicts. One of the main pillars behind a generation of selfies is not only the ability to take stunning photos, but also the ability to store them. The phone has truly become a laptop wrapped comfortably in our hands. Users now demand the storage of thousands of photos and videos, as well as hundreds of applications, all on a palm-sized phone. As users become more enthusiastic about the culture of selfies, the hours spent on this habit subconsciously extend, demanding longer battery life. To this end, the 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM of TECNO CAMON 17 Pro will go a long way towards ensuring seamless switching between applications and a smooth experience every time. And its massive 5000 mAh battery comes in handy to prevent those awkward or frustrating moments when the battery dies. Flash charging capabilities also mean such extreme situations can be salvaged when unavoidable.
However, there is still a lot to do to unite artificial intelligence and smartphone hardware. One of the biggest criticisms of the phone has always been the poor use of features. With these latest developments in the TECNO CAMON 17 Pro, this point has fortunately been addressed. All of these new features are relevant to the identified needs of users: taking, editing, and storing selfies. These updates make perfect sense and are significantly more applicable than their predecessors. It’s an exciting era we’re seeing, whether it’s through the lens of a state-of-the-art selfie or AI-enhanced video. For a full report, see Counterpoint.
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