That means better HDR images (read: more contrast and luminosity!
) and much higher-quality pictures at night or in low lighting. One major downside to the current i Phone camera is that its only capable of zooming digitally, so trying to capture something from afar gets you little more than a blurry, pixelated distortion.
There is also no fingerprint scanner at the back, and no Home Button in the front, indicating that the fingerprint scanner will indeed be embedded underneath the display.
The metal edges house the buttons just as they are on current i Phone models, but the power button does seem to be a bit more elongated.
A dual-camera set-up fixes this issue by creating the potential for optical zoom, or the type of zoom you're used to with a traditional DSLR camera.
Finding a way to pack in the mechanics for this sort of zoom has been exceptionally difficult, since there isn't nearly enough space in a smartphone to accommodate the necessary depth of a traditional optical zoom lens.
The front is also all glass, with no bezel visible.It is powered by a octa-core Snapdragon 435 64 bit processor, which is clubbed with 2GB/3GB of RAM and Adreno 505 GPU.The smartphone runs on latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system along with ZTE’s Mi Favor 4.0 UI on top backed up by a non removable battery of 2,730 m Ah.The new dual-lens i Phone 7 Plus camera is packed with multi-aperture technology developed by the mobile-imaging startup Lin X, which Apple acquired in 2015.Rather than relying on a single smartphone-sized camera sensor to gather all the brightness and color intel for your image, two rear-facing 12 megapixel cameras will work in tandem to capture twice as much light and color.