Samsung makes the smartphone one camera to do portrait shots

Samsung Electronics, one of the world leaders in the field of production of semiconductors, has unveiled its new Exynos processor 9610. Built on a 10-nm process technology, the chipset is distinguished not only by high computing power, but also supports a wide range of multimedia technologies, including a portrait shooting mode.

9610 Exynos processor consists of four high-performance cores Cortex-A73, clocked at 2.3 GHz and four energy-efficient cores Cortex-A53. For graphics processing meets the coprocessor Mali-G72 based on the architecture of Bifrost.

Thanks to the integration of artificial intelligence Exynos 9610 inextricably linked to a neural network engine that provides the smartphone camera, the ability to recognize faces in the frame and to measure its depth. Due to this, it is possible to achieve unsurpassed quality shooting portrait photos even when using single modules. Earlier something similar was implemented by Google in smartphones Pixel of the second generation.

In addition, the chip allows you to record videos at 480 frames per second in 720p resolution and process videos in 4K, filmed at 120 frames per second. The manufacturer, though not the novelty compares with the flagship Exynos 9810, calls its solution for smartphones topomu segment. Delivery Exynos 9610 will begin in the second half of 2018.

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