The OnePlus Nord is getting closer and closer to being presented and the flow of information about it attests to it. Earlier today we introduced you to your retail box and now it’s time to take a closer look at your cameras.
According to the well-known Ishan Agarwal, the rear camera of the OnePlus Nord will have optical image stabilization (OIS). Without giving further details, the most certain is that this technology only equips the main sensor of the smartphone.
OnePlus Nord with OIS will be a great asset
The configuration of the rear camera of the OnePlus Nord still raises some doubts. Initially it was said that it would come with three sensors, but lately it has been talked about the possibility of having four lenses.
In other words, we are still not sure about the camera of this promising mid-range, but today we know that it will have optical image stabilization technology. A technology that is not common in this segment.
When it comes to top of the range, OIS is a common vision, but not in this range. This will be another good way for OnePlus Nord to stand out from its direct competition.
Advantages of the presence of OIS
Optical image stabilization aims to compensate for any movements in the smartphone’s camera when taking a photo or recording video. This is usually done using small engines, floating lenses or gyroscopes.
Basically, what this technology enhances is the capture of images with less distortion, since they offer greater stability to the camera lens. In addition, this helps to produce better quality photos in low light conditions.
OnePlus Nord specifications
- 6.5 “inch screen with hole for front camera
- OLED screen
- Biometric sensor on the screen
- Glass construction
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor
- 5G technology
- Configuration of 4 rear cameras
- 30W fast charging
Without certainty, this is what is expected of the OnePlus Nord regarding its hardware. As you can see, it is a very interesting set for a price of around 400 €. All doubts will be resolved on July 21, when presenting.
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