Qualcomm has detailed in a new blog post how the company is able to assist in improving low-light photos and video. Over the past year, we've seen smartphone cameras improve quickly, and behind many of the best smartphones is Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor, which actually assists in the pictures. The processor is able to detect dark spots, brighten them, clean up the noise, and deliver the best possible image quality.
These Snapdragon processors come with noise-reduction technologies built in. They do a lot of heavy lifting on the processing side, so that your low-light images and videos are grain-free and beautifully crisp. The above video illustrates just how this works.
Interesting to see how the processor in your smartphone works with the camera to ensure optimal image quality. For all the details, hit the link below.
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