By the time smartphones came with dual cameras, everyone was surprised. It is now common practice for smartphones to have three or even four sensors. Just a few days ago, the legendary Nokia brand introduced the Nokia 9 PureView with up to 5 cameras.
Nokia has teamed up with Light to develop the new product, which has introduced a crazy compact camera with up to 16 sensors. It is this company that the Chinese giant Xiaomi has now joined. The cooperation was announced via official press release.
"We are excited to work with Light to leverage their advanced imaging solutions for our future devices.", said Zhu Dan, vice president of Xiaomi's mobile camera division. "Xiaomi is working tirelessly to stay at the forefront of smartphone innovation, and improving smartphone photography is a key focus for us. We are excited to be working on devices using Light technology so that our users can produce even more amazing photos. ”
Xiaomi's announcement has not been supplemented with information on when we can expect a real device with Light technologies. It can be expected to integrate more than the usual number of cameras - similar to the aforementioned Nokia 9 PureView.
The more sensors, the more Adidas? In the case of Light, this is not entirely true. The real innovations are hidden in the software, which allows all cameras to work in a way that makes sense. And this is exactly what Light offers.
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