Lenovo has unveiled features of the iPhone 7 Plus: 4x optical zoom

As you know, in the basis dual camera iPhone 7 Plus will be based on Israeli technology company LinX Imaging, purchased by Apple in April of last year. Both sensor will be supplied by Sony, and both modules will have a resolution of 12 megapixels. While one of the cameras provide optical image stabilization and wide angle, and the other is optical zoom. Today, this information has been confirmed, and thanks to one of Apple’s competitors.

In the presentation of the smartphone range Moto Z in China Lenovo showed the audience a comparative slide with the characteristics of iPhone 7 Plus. For 5.5-inch new Apple specified the following specifications: a 5.5-inch screen with storage up to 256 GB, the battery capacity of 3000 mAh and 4x optical zoom.

The advantages of shooting on a camera with dual lens should be obvious, otherwise Apple wouldn’t use this technology. Optical zoom the new iPhone will allow you to take pictures and shoot video without loss of quality. Information about this feature appears not for the first time, but the specifics according to the degree of increase is still not happened.

In the camera of the current iPhone uses digital zoom, which is responsible for magnifying the already selected frame. The user can crop and enlarge part of the photograph by stretching this area, and this may happen even before he pulled the trigger. The real approaching object no: is only part of the frame.

Optical zoom just necessary for shooting beautiful, detailed photos to your smartphone, the ability to shoot at far distances, and print images in a large format. Work optical zoom on the iPhone 7 Plus will be identical to the optical zoom in the lens, that is, it will allow up to 4 times to enlarge the image without sacrificing quality.

How Lenovo was the information about the characteristics of iPhone 7, is unknown. Anyway, to confirm or deny her we will be online tomorrow – Apple will start 7 September at 20:00 Moscow time.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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