Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has the first major update of the dual camera – improved the quality of images, HDR mode and brightness when shooting in low light. What else can the Galaxy Note 9 camera do?
Korean Samsung has a kind of monopoly on smartphones with a stylus that has already been forgiven by the vast majority of producers – LG tried its strength with the Stylo 4 model, but nothing interesting came out of it. Meanwhile, the flagship series Galaxy Note is growing in strength and from year to year is more and more polished. The latest Galaxy Note 9 got the head for being just an improved version of the predecessor, but you can not refuse him one of the best screens on the market (until recently matrix Note 9 was in the first place), impeccable performance and camera, which was alive removed from Galaxy S9 + and improved by several techniques. After the updates for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8, the time has come for the flagship from almost two months ago. Now he is to make even better photos.
Improved Galaxy Note 9 camera
The September update pack for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 weighs 302.03 MB and in addition to the 09/2018 security fixes, which should have already been reached, includes improvements to the interface for the camera and its intelligent features.The quality of the backlit pictures has been improved , the operation of the automatic HDR mode in day and night, the brightness in low light conditions and the signal-to-noise ratio have been standardized. In addition, Samsung adds a few bug fixes and performance.
What can the Galaxy Note 9 camera do?
The newest flagship from Samsung takes pictures with a double camera in the 12 MP + 12 MP configuration, where one of them has a variable aperture from f / 1.5 to f / 2.4. This allows you to take a great photo quality in virtually all lighting conditions. The additional lens specializes in portrait photography, which is why it is especially useful for the update. On the front, you'll find a selfie stick 8 MP.In addition to optical image stabilization (OIS) and automatic sharpening, we have a number of functions related to artificial intelligence algorithms – Galaxy Note 9 tells us whether the conditions to take a picture are satisfactory and whether the work already done is not accidental. Flagship can be recorded in 4K at 60 frames per second , as well as a slow shot in Super Slow Motion (960 fps) – a slightly weaker version of this mode received the mentioned Galaxy Note 8 and S8.
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