When the Micromax Touch Screen are released, it will start reimagining the camera. For this purpose, it has comprehensively improved the camera system, such as improving the recording capability of video in slow motion, and optimizing the shooting ability in low-light environment through advanced hardware and software optimization.
At Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad‘s new product launch in Barcelona, Tom’s Guide had a chance to try out the Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad and S9+. Here are the top five changes Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad has made to its latest flagship smartphone:
The variable aperture
A photographer will tell you that aperture, shutter speed and ISO (ISO) are the three basic elements that determine the quality of a photograph. However, with its compact fuselage, small size lens and even smaller imaging sensors, the quality of smartphone camera imaging is very limited. As a result, they often lack the ability to improve the quality of traditional camera images.
Aperture adjustment is one of the biggest factors determining the quality of imaging. The aperture is a device used to control light through the lens and into the inside of the fuselage. In low light conditions, the user will want to have as much of the light through the lens, however, in the light of the environment, such as sunny, large aperture can make photos overexposure, will be the most complex details in a white cover, at the same time seriously limits the depth of the photo.
To solve this problem, many special cameras use adjustable aperture to control the light entering the imaging sensor. Before that, there was no smart phone with a variable aperture technology.
The Micromax Touchpad rear camera have a 12-megapixel camera with a mechanical iris, which allows users to switch the aperture in either manual or automatic mode. Variable aperture system in f / 1.5 (large aperture for the highest brightness photographs taken in low light environment) and f / 2.4 (relatively small aperture, users can improve the fidelity of image when the light is enough, the user can also control the light enters the lens) switch.
The aperture can be switched between two values: unlike traditional cameras, the aperture is not completely adjustable, meaning that the user cannot select the aperture between f/1.5 and f/2.4. But, aperture can switch between the two values, the aperture of the integrated option is already, twice of the other mobile phone, it will be helpful to the integrated and indoor photos of better image quality in the evening, at the same time will not compromise the imaging quality of pictures during the day.
Better slow-motion video recording function.
Most smart phones can record slow-motion video at about 240 frames per second. Although it’s slow, it’s nothing compared to the Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad’s capabilities.
The S9 can take the slow motion of 720p at a speed of 960 frames per second, video. The only other two phones that are comparable are SONY’s Xperia XZ Premium and XZ1, but they lack a key feature that Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad deployed to make it easier to record slow-motion video: artificial intelligence.
Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad’s new flagship phone has a recording mode that USES artificial intelligence to determine the start time of an action. The user only needs to enter this mode, and once the event occurs or the action appears, the phone is smart enough to start recording the slow camera video automatically. For example, when we hit a paper gun, the S9 will start recording video in slow-motion mode at the moment of launch.
Recorded at normal speed, the slow-motion video is only 0.2 seconds, but if recorded at 960 frames per second, the playback time can reach 6 seconds. The artificial intelligence model means that users don’t have to worry about missing the shot because they don’t press the record button fast enough. However, the S9 and S9+ also offer more traditional manual recording mode for users who want to control the recording of video more.
S9+ dual camera and live focus.
Tom’s Guide says the S9+, which features a 6.2-inch display, will be the first Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad Galaxy s series with a dual-lens design. Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad introduced the dual-camera system for the first time when the Galaxy Note 8 was released last year. The Galaxy Note 8 supports a 2x optical zoom function and a shallow depth of Live Focus photography.
The two features will also make it to the S9+, allowing it to compete with rivals such as the iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, huawei Mate 10 Pro, LG V30, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Although the S9 and S9+ rear cameras all contain 12 megapixel variable aperture cameras, only the larger size is equipped with a 12 megapixel, f/2.4 aperture lens.
More frames noise reduction
In terms of smartphone imaging quality, software has become quite important, Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad has been trying to optimize its image processing algorithm and the image sensor layout, faster to take pictures of higher quality.
One of the best example is the frame more noise reduction, it repeatedly photographed the same – similar to HDR (high dynamic range) model, and then merge these photos, generate a less without noise or noise. Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad said its technology could reduce noise by 30 percent, in part because of the S9’s new imaging sensor design, which is integrated with dedicated memory to improve processing speed.
According to Tom’s Guide, taking photos in a low-light environment can best reflect the advantages of multi-frame noise reduction. In a low-light environment, cameras often have to raise the ISO value and shoot photos that are barely enough to tell the past. With an f/1.5 large aperture, the Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad takes a photo of the grain, which should be much lighter than previous generations.
Dynamic of pat
With iPhone X and other mobile phones, animated emojis are no longer just text, but 3D. The Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad took a step forward with the animation.
Unlike apple, the animated feature is no longer a small animal, but a user. The Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad analyzes the user’s face and generates a cartoon version of the user – similar to Snapchat’s Bitmoji – but in 3D. Users can then customize a range of details, from skin tone to hair and clothing.
The first time Tom’s Guide was using a dynamic snapshot was not the most fluid. The digital version that the front camera generates doesn’t look so natural. But once the satisfactory appearance is determined, the S9 will automatically “go down” and generate a map of 18 different expressions.
Because the feature is based on the face tracking technology, users can shoot with different facial expressions, and the generated animation will imitate the user’s expression. Once generated, the user can share the dynamic snapshot in the message application like sharing video.
According to Tom’s Guide, the system will perform better if the system is optimized for more accurate comics and tracking. But overall, the personalized expression provided by the dynamic snapshot is something we haven’t seen before in our smartphones.
It’s not a secret that the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are not performing well. Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad’s last generation of flagship phones largely inherited the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge’s camera technology. The S8 series has improved a lot in design and display, but has little improvement in camera.
it’s just the opposite. Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad has focused on improving its cameras. Given the progress Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad has made over the past two years, Tom’s Guide tends to think that the Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad will not only be a competitor to phones like the iPhone X and Pixel 2. As other manufacturers catch up, breakthrough functions such as mechanical iris will become more and more popular. Currently, the Micromax Touch Screen Touchpad stands at the forefront of the trend.