What you need to know
- OnePlus has detailed the OnePlus 10 Pro's second-gen Hasselblad camera.
- The camera system includes an all-new Movie Mode and a 150° ultra-wide camera.
- There's also a new "OnePlus Billion Color Solution" that allows the phone to capture photos in full 10-bit color.
Earlier this week, OnePlus revealed nearly all the key specs of the upcoming OnePlus 10 Pro. Although a launch date hasn't been confirmed yet, the phone is expected to be unveiled sometime later this month. Ahead of its formal unveiling, OnePlus has shed light on the phone's second-generation Hasselblad camera system.
The OnePlus 10 Pro features a new OnePlus Billion Color Solution, allowing the phone to capture photos in full 10-bit color. That's an increase of 64 times compared to its predecessor, the OnePlus 9 Pro. 10-bit color isn't limited to just the main sensor, but is also supported on the telephoto and ultra-wide camera.
The other major highlight is the new 150° ultra-wide camera, which offers a field of view roughly four times wider than the ultra-wide cameras on many of the best Android phones. Similar to the Realme GT 2 Pro's ultra-wide camera, the one on the OnePlus 10 Pro also supports a Fisheye Mode that "replicates the look of dedicated fisheye cameras." You can even capture ultra-wide shots in a more traditional 110° field of view, with AI-powered distortion correction.
When it comes to software features, the OnePlus 10 Pro brings a second-generation Hasselblad Pro mode that is supported on the three rear cameras. It allows users to capture photos in 12-bit RAW format with Hasselblad's Natural Color Solution. OnePlus has also added a new "empowered RAW format" called RAW+, combining the benefits of capturing in RAW with the phone's computational photography smarts.
The new Move Mode gives users more control over various settings — including ISO and shutter speed, both before and during capture. It also makes it possible to capture videos in a LOG format without a pre-set picture profile, allowing users to capture videos with a higher dynamic range and more information in shadows and highlights.
Very interesting! Price it right and since rumors say the S22 U could go for about 1500-1600 bucks, it might be able to knock the S22 U out of the coming fight.
Read that Samsung!
Meh I would probably do a Samsung trade in to get the price lower than any other flagship plus $200 credits we get in the US.
At least with Samsung you get OneUI, a consistent and good update policy, and some other good stuff.
"Oxygen OS" as it exists nowadays is pretty broken and not what it used to be.
Lets see how the photo processing looks
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