OPPO Find X7 Ultra HyperTone Image Engine Expands to More Phones

Yesterday, OPPO pulled the covers off its latest flagship smartphone. It’s called the OPPO Find X7 Ultra. Alongside this, they also announced something they’re calling the ‘HyperTone Image Engine’.

So, what’s this HyperTone Image Engine all about? Well, according to OPPO, it’s all about preserving the integrity of your photos. It keeps the highlights, shadows, and mid-tones looking natural. And guess what? It’s not just for the Find X7 Ultra.

OPPO’s HyperTone Image Engine is coming to more phones. Yes, you read that right. The company confirmed it, and even named a few models. The OPPO Find N3 and Find N3 Flip are among the lucky ones. They’re the latest foldable offerings from the company.

But wait, there’s more. The OPPO Reno11 Pro is also getting the HyperTone Image Engine.

Now, OPPO did mention something important. Some features of the HyperTone Image Engine are hardware-dependent. But don’t worry, the core algorithms, photography characteristics, and style will be available on more devices.

The HyperTone Image Engine isn’t just a fancy name. It brings AI denoising in the RAW domain. Plus, it offers individual pixel brightness correction with photon matrix technology. The result? Better-looking photos overall.

This image processing can do wonders for your photos. OPPO claims that the HyperTone Image Engine can increase image clarity by 30%. It can also reduce image noise by 60%. It’s essentially OPPO’s brand-new image processing.

The OPPO Find N3 already has a great camera. But with this new image processing tech, things could go to a whole new level. We’re not sure when the update is coming, though.

The update will first land on the Chinese models. But don’t worry, global models of the aforementioned devices will get it too. Unfortunately, OPPO didn’t share any more details about this.

The OPPO Find X7 Ultra is the first phone to debut this tech. It also has an outstanding hardware camera setup on the back. Some say it’s the best we’ve seen in the market so far. It doesn’t just debut the Sony LYT-900 sensor, but it also has two periscope telephoto cameras. OPPO calls this the ‘Quad Main Camera’ setup.

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