In addition to its proprietary Moonlight Glow camera feature, Vivo has unveiled the new Super HDR (High Dynamic Range) feature based on Artificial Intelligence for its future smartphones.
The new Super HDR allows for clearer, detailed and less processed image results. The Super HDR feature works much like the original HDR, however, can reach up to 14 EV (Exposure Value).
The feature comes with the ability to combine an increased 12 frames as compared to the original HDR tech and with the help of AI selects different parts of the frames using scene detection to choose the ones which make the resultant image more natural and less processed.
Alex Feng, Senior Vice President at Vivo stated, “Vivo continues to push the boundaries and provide the ultimate camera experience for consumers. This goes beyond just adding powerful functions, but to developing innovations that our users can immediately enjoy. Today’s showcase of Super HDR is an example of our continued commitment to mobile photography, to enable our consumers to shoot professional quality photos at the touch of a button. Using intelligent AI, Super HDR can capture more detail under any conditions, without additional demands on the user.”
Additionally, Vivo suggests that the new Super HDR feature is highly adaptable and can provide good resultants in any lighting condition, is accurate and ensures well-lit images.