Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805, which might be used in upcoming flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One+, and, besides offering greater processing capacity, the chip allows unprecedented resources for photograph that should improve the experience of using the camera on mobile devices. Among the other new features, there is the feature called Chroma Flash, which proposes to improve the quality of photos matching the result of image with and without flash. The camera actually takes two photos: one advantage of flash illumination and the other capturing the scenery without the intervention of the appliance artificial light. The two images are then combined to produce a result with the best of both versions, bringing more details to the final photo.
Another new mechanism camera will offer with Snapdragon 805, is to allow tracking of objects within a scene, the Touch to Track. With this option, you can identify elements on the screen and determine the continued focus on the same object in motion (the OptiZoom) or schedule the start of recording video when the object crosses a marked point on the screen (Action Shot).
Besides the latest new features in camera, Qualcomm also reveals a new way to use the digital pen tablets. Apparatus, equipped with ultrasonic microphones, will identify the vibrations and translate in the pen drawings on the screen. Thus, it is possible to write on the tablet without even touching the device, using a paper by the side of the equipment.
Qualcomm introduces these and other innovations at the CES 2014 event taking place this week in Las Vegas, in the United States. For those who can not be there, they has released videos on there YouTube channel for anyone wanting to get demonstrations of these new features.
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