Here Are All the New OnePlus 6 Camera Features
The OnePlus 6 is now official ! The Chinese smartphone manufacturer recently unveiled the device at an event in London and from the look of it, the OnePlus 6 is nothing short of a beauty. Not only does the device feature flagship specifications, it also comes with a brand new design (yes, there’s anotch) and software optimizations to offer users the best smartphone experience.
Upgraded Camera Sensor
One of the biggest changes in the OnePlus 6 comes in the camera department. The new OnePlus 6 boasts of a significant upgrade in camera performance over the OnePlus 5T, due to the upgraded primary 16MP sensor. According to OnePlus, the primary 16MP sensor on the OnePlus 6 is 19% larger than that of the OnePlus 5T and features Optical Image Stabilization , which should produce better results in low light.
New Software Features
The camera optimizations aren’t limited to hardware upgrades andOnePlus has added a slew of software features which will also improve the overall experience.
The OnePlus 6 comes with what the company calls Smart Capture . The software optimization here improves image clarity and automatically selects which camera settings to use, depending on the environment and time of day.
The front camera on the OnePlus 6 is the same 16MP sensor that can be found on the OnePlus 5T, however, OnePlus is expected to roll out a portrait mode feature for the selfie camera soon after the launch .
Since the device doesn’t feature a secondary camera on the front, it’ll use a new AI algorithm to apply the depth of field effect to your selfies. Additionally, the Portrait Mode on the OnePlus 6 will also allow you to customize the bokeh effect with circles, hearts and stars.
Coming to the video performance, the OnePlus 6 will be able to capture 4K video in up to 60 frames per second , with OIS and EIS working to compensate for the movement while recording. On top of that, OnePlus has included a new super slow motion mode , which can capture 720p video at 480 frames per second and 1080p video at 240 frames per second. Rounding up the camera features is an in-device video editor which will allow users to trim and add filters to videos, while also allow users to add slow motion, reverse, and loop effects.