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MWC 2019: Oppo Launches New Camera Tech With 10X Lossless Zoom

Watch Oppo's livestream from Barcelona for more of its 10x zoom camera and 5G plans - GSMArena.com news

OPPO has been showing off some of the new tech that we're going to see in 2019, including a 10x lossless zoom smartphone camera. At an event held in Barcelona, Spain, the Chinese smartphone maker announced plans to introduce its first 5G smartphone and a new 5G Landing Project in partnership with leading telecom carriers across the world. Oppo may also give the users a glimpse of the upcoming Oppo F11 Pro, which is being teased heavily by the company since a couple of weeks.

The presentation detailed the three cameras in Oppo's new module, as well as the technologies involved with making these macho cameras fit into such a slim package, such as periscopic modules and OIS on two of the array's three cameras.

Over the weekend OPPO announced its first 5G phone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The company said that the handset will be equipped with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 processor. Furthermore, OPPO said that its 5G smartphone will offer 4K, 8K video downloads/uploads, 3D video calling, 5G cloud gaming, AR / VR multi-player gaming experience, AR-based shopping, and more. But that's not all, there is also the dual Optical Image Stabilization module to allow for superb clarity even while zoomed in. The solution behind the tech includes a 48-megapixel hi-resolution primary camera, accompanied by a 120-degree ultra-wide sensor and a telephoto lens.

Ahead of MWC 2019, Oppo has showcased another new camera technology that aims to bring its photography game up to the next level. When combined, these cameras can shoot photos the equivalent of 16mm all the way up to 160mm. "Innovation is our top priority and we have made many recent developments to bring the future into consumer's hands".

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