Nokia is one of the manufacturers that is trying harder to optimize the software of their devices, despite having returned to the market relatively recently, they are betting on Android Go and keep updated even your most modest devices . It is not surprising, therefore, that today we come across the news that there is a new professional mode for the camera of Nokia 8 , one of its most powerful devices.
The Nokia 8 is a device introduced at the end of last year, and although there more modern proposals within the manufacturer’s catalog, it is still a fairly complete smartphone that is now reinforced one of its weakest sections.
HMD Global already announced this update a few months ago, but the truth is that Nokia 8 users have had to wait for something more than they would have liked to enjoy a more refined camera app.
Despite trying a whole high range of 2017, the Nokia 8 did not include a professional mode within the software of your camera, so in a way, despite being a smartphone with dual camera system, its photographic section It was one of its looser aspects.
The update of Pro Camera the Nokia 8 brings with it all the functions that already had the Nokia 8 Sirocco and Nokia 7 Plus and is focused primarily on getting best shots (without flash) and videos in low light conditions, something that choked until now the Nokia 8.
An interesting addition, in addition to all the potions to control the exposure, the white balance or the type of light among others, is that the Nokia 8 camera will now integrate a optical stabilizer , being the only Nokia to integrate it and this being able to work together with electronic stabilization, something that will undoubtedly improve the dark or moving shots.
According to the Nokia CPU, Juho Sarvikas, this update for the camera of the Nokia 8 has taken more time than they originally thought because they have had to redesign the whole “framework” of the application, something that not all companies tend to bother doing for a smartphone that has been on the market for a few months.
We remind you that the Nokia includes a screen 5.3 inches with resolution Quad-HD , a processor Snapdragon 835 and an amount of RAM between 4 and 6 GB . The storage of this device is from 64GB or 128GB expandable via Micro-SD with 256 GB extra and its battery is a Li-Po 3.09mAh with Quick Charge 3.0 quick loading system.
We do not forget about camera hardware, which is the most benefited by this update and includes two sensors backs of 13 Mpx with opening F . 2.0 (one of them monochrome) and another 13 Mpx front with identical aperture and capable of recording in QHD (2560 x 1440).
Therefore, the Nokia 8 may not make use of an infinite screen or the increasingly controversial notch, but apart design issues, it is a very interesting smartphone that now becomes a little more attractive if the photograph is one of the aspects that we take into account when buying our new mobile.