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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets the AI-based improved camera to click better images

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The most awaited Samsung smartphone of this year Galaxy Note 9 will soon knock your door.  It comes with improved specifications than its predecessor Note 8.  The enhanced features of Note 9 include Bluetooth-enabled S Pen, better-quality cameras, and increased battery capacity.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Feature:

In Galaxy Note 9, Samsung has primarily focused on one of its external feature, that is, its camera quality.  They have introduced an artificial intelligence concept to the device, which enhances the quality of images captured.

It consists of dual 12-megapixel cameras at the back fused with the sensors.  It features the second camera lens at the rear end of the device.  By now users are familiar with AI that is been used in image processing.  Additionally, it has also been in HDR processing.  It’s need of an hour to use this concept in smartphone cameras as people today have become more camera conscious.

The most stunning part of this camera is that it can grasp 20 different types of sceneries at a time.  Those include landscapes, animals, sky, beaches, portraits, sunsets, sunrises, flowers, food, indoor surroundings, greenery, street shots, watersides, birds, text, strong backlighting, snow, and night shots.

Note 9 cameras automatically adjust to the surrounding environment and capture the most suitable and perfect shots, which suit best for that particular scenario.  It by default alters the features such as contrast, exposure, brightness, and white balance.

The AI-based lens can perfectly detect if about to capture images are blur, someone is blinking their eyes, or if there is a smudge on their lens.  Among the two sensors, the first one consists of the f/2.4 aperture along with a telephoto lens that empowers portrait mode and 2 times more optical lossless zoom or allows Live Focus portraits.  While the other sensor ranges between f/1.5 to f/2.4 in the aperture size.

Further, it supports 4K video recording at 60 frames per second and super slow video recording at 960 frames per second.  The front end of Note 9 sports 8-megapixel camera supported with an auto-focus feature.  Additionally, it supports AR Emoji feature where you can create an animated face of yourself, convert them into emojis, and sent it to your friends.  Different modes available to filter up your photos and videos include Hyperlapse, Live Focus, Food, Pro, Panorama, and many more.

Samsung puts forward a flaw detection tool to enhance the quality of images you capture.  It pops up the flaw detected while clicking the images and if there is any background issue.  Users can switch between the rear and front camera of the smartphone by toggling the full view mode and flashlight option.  They have also provided a shortcut to the gallery, video recorder button, and camera shutter.