Denim refurbish brings 4K video to Lumia phones
December 22, 2014 - fall Denim
Owners of comparison Lumia smartphones will be means to start sharpened video during 4K quality with a new program update.
The Denim software update , announced in September, is starting to be rolled out to owners of the Lumia 830, Lumia 930, Lumia Icon and Lumia 1520 handsets. Microsoft says a wider rollout of a program to all Lumia handset owners will start in January.
The standout underline is a 4K video recording, that shoots brief snippets of footage during a ultra-high resolution. “A prolonged press of a camera symbol automatically starts 4K-quality video recording during 24 frames per second,” says a Microsoft blogannouncing a new software. “With any support during 8.3 megapixels, we can save particular frames as high-quality still images.”
The Lumia 830’s camera isn’t able of 4K capture, however, and will instead tumble behind to Full HD.
Other new facilities embody enhancements to still photography, including “Rich Capture”, that automatically throws a camera into modernized sharpened modes such as HDR or Dynamic Flash when appropriate. Microsoft also claims it has tweaked a imaging alogrithms to “capture even crisper photos in illumination or low light”.
It seems that Microsoft has once again motionless to try and compute Windows Phone from a rest of a marketplace by (ahem) focusing on a camera features. Certainly, Windows Phone needs something to drag consumers divided from Android and iOS devices.