Samsung Unveils Britecell Camera For Your Low-Light Photo Woes

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At a Samsung investor’s convention on Nov. 17, the South Korean telecommunications firm unveiled its newest Britecell camera, which takes darker pictures and makes them lighter – and probably higher.
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On the Samsung Digital 2015 Buyers Discussion board on Nov. 17, the South Korean telecommunications conglomerate introduced its newest smartphone camera that makes fuzzy, low-mild photographs a factor of the previous.

Named Britecell, the camera incorporates an image sensor that’s particularly designed to routinely brighten and sharpen pictures taken in much less-than-accommodating lighting circumstances, chucking out the usual Bayer filter format. In contrast to filters present in most smartphones, Britecell’s image sensor takes inscrutably coloured pixels that may beneath regular circumstances be modified to the colour inexperienced; the camera then turns the pixels white, which makes the photo-at-hand seem lighter than much less ambient circumstances would usually permit. 

Along with its mild-enhancing talents, Britecell is sleeker, slender, and extra light-weight than conventional smartphone cameras, which signifies that the lens may comply with the road of the Android hardware design and never stick out. 

Whereas the corporate made positive to record the features Britecell touts, the precise phone that might carry the camera has not been introduced. It’s anticipated that the Britecell-bearing Android might be introduced in Samsung’s first 2016 fiscal quarter, and can more than likely be the newest phone in its Galaxy line, the Galaxy S7, in accordance with Engadget. 

By way of: Engadget

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