Aug 21, 2020 News
Phone technology has been on an extremely innovative course since the past few years and it has foreseen a lot of changes which has made the smartphone such an impressive piece of technology that people are ready to spend the 1000 and even 2000 dollar price tags that they come along with these days. We’ve seen processing get so powerful on these little devices, that you get more RAM on phones than you do on full-fledged computers and laptops. Then the screen technologies haven’t been anything short of excellent as well, with screens going up to 4K resolution quality in devices.
However, what we’re here to talk about is another department of smartphones which has seen massive amounts of changes - and that’s cameras. Here to take it to the next level is Oppo, as they’re working on dual working telephoto lenses that will change the way people use zoom technology. Optical zoom is usually seen on phones, but rarely you see cameras with switching apertures and zoom ranges. We saw on the Samsung S9 as it had switching apertures, but that system also came with a huge protruding camera bump which didn’t really look all that appealing. Oppo’s new technology works on a dynamic switching system, which essentially allows different pairs of drivers working together to allow users to use two different focal lengths at 3.3x and 5.4x. Together, you can even take the optical zoom to 11x, which is more than the 10x offered on the Huawei P40 Pro Plus.