On Thursday, Imint has announced a new partnership with the phone maker Infinix. The Swedish company provides its video stabilization algorithm solutions to other phone maker brands like Xiaomi, vivo, Oppo, nubia, OnePlus, and more recently, Motorola with the Edge+. The first Infinix device to have Vidhance is the Note 7.
The Infinix Note 7 runs a MediaTek Helio G70 chipset, so the partnership shows that Imint’s solution can work across many devices, regardless of chipset. Imint has previously announced a new integration with Qualcomm hardware that would improve power efficiency of its video stabilization processing.
Infinix Note 7
Imint explains that Vidhance uses the device’s motion sensors to predict the phone’s movement, and compensates against unwanted camera movement, even while panning. “Vidhance Video Stabilization offers low power consumption and high performance even in low light conditions and can be depoyed in both real-time and post-processing.”
The partnership only mentions Vidhance Video Stabilization, but the company provides OEMs with a few other video-related solutions like Vidhance Selfie video, Stable zoom, and active Object tracking. A new feature that would seamlessly switch between cameras with different focal lengths has been in the works. Here’s a hands-on we did with a few of these modes.
The Infinix Note 7 has a 6.95”display with HD+ resolution, and features a quad-camera setup with a 48MP sensor as the main one. There’s also a huge 5,000 mAh battery, and support for 18W Super Charge.