[Bestbuy618 mobile channel]At the end of last year, MediaTek officially launched the Helio P90 chip, the most notable feature of which is its very strong AI strength, and its AI computing power ranks among the top of current chips. Cell phone OPPO Reno Z, which is now equipped with a MediaTek Helio P90 chip, has also been officially launched. I was also very fortunate to be invited by MediaTek to participate in travel photography activities in Macau, where I felt the MediaTek real AI camera brought photo experience.
MediaTek’s true AI camera = APU ISP (image signal processing), which uses the APU dedicated core to provide strong AI computing power in conjunction with the exclusive Imagiq image processor to improve imaging quality.
The OPPO Reno Z has a 48MP primary camera and a 5MP secondary camera. The primary camera has a Sony IMX586 sensor with a 1/2 sensor size and supports pixel quadruplex technology. The 5MP secondary camera is a depth-of-field camera that is primarily in charge of depth-of-field defocusing. The MediaTek Helio P90 chip provides powerful AI computing power and multi-core ISP support.
With the support of the MediaTek Helio P90 chip, the Sony IMX586 high resolution camera can be fully utilized. We are also going through a specific sample to see how the photo performance turns out. MediaTek has previously emphasized the Helio P90’s strong performance in low-light conditions, so we will begin with low-light photos.
This photograph was taken at Macau’s Hac Sa Beach when it was not yet completely dark, but the overall lighting conditions were already poor. The Helio P90 terminal did not intentionally increase the brightness of the photo, but instead focused on restoring the real scene, and the color reproduction was also very good, showing the feeling of the sea and the sky very realistically. These two photos were taken on Macau’s black sand beach and the opposite side of Macau Tower, where the light was a little worse than in the previous photo.
With long exposure and multi-frame noise reduction in night mode, the photos have a very good tolerance, while ensuring the overall brightness of the photo, the highlights are suppressed, there is no overexposure problem, but also to ensure that the dark details are clearly presented, and the color reproduction is also very good. The color reproduction is also excellent, whether it is the color of the sky or the light, and the reflection of the water is also very pleasing to the eye.
These photos are also among my personal favorites; they were taken near the Venetian and on the Macau Tower, and Macau is just as brightly lit at night, providing a different perspective on the city. The Helio P90’s high dynamic range is also fully reflected in the vividness of light, darkness, and color, capturing the brighter parts of the scene while not leaving out the darker parts, and the colors of the lights are not significantly distorted, resulting in a pure and transparent image. In terms of dark portraits, the Helio P90-equipped Reno Z handled them very well in a dark environment, with two photos taken at night on a black sand beach and in a hotel corridor, both of which were very poorly lit. The first is that even in low-light conditions, the focus can be very accurate, and at the same time did not try to pull up the brightness of the image, but to control enough brightness at the same time, to better restore the details of the human face and color, the face and even the hair part are very good processing, and can hardly see any noise, giving full play to the Helio P90’s strong noise suppression ability.
Overall, the OPPO Reno Z with MediaTek’s Helio P90 performs very well in low-light photography, making full use of the chip’s powerful computing power to achieve excellent noise control. The imaging of light and dark and color performance is also more vivid, with a very good high dynamic range and color reproduction performance, and the photos taken are clear and transparent. The barrier to entry is also very low, as there is no need for cumbersome settings or excessive skills; even non-professional photographers like myself can use the phone to shoot very good night photos.
Next, we’ll look at how the MediaTek Helio P90-equipped OPPO Reno Z performs in well-lit scenes.
These photographs were taken at Macau’s Fortress, St. Paul’s. Paul’s, Love Lane, and the Macau Tower The images are very good, clear, and bright, and thanks to Helio P90’s AI scene recognition, the images are more pleasing to the eye in terms of brightness, contrast, and color, and the results are very good with a single shot. St.
George’s Ruins The iconic building of Macau, one of the “eight sights of Macau,” the five-dollar Macau coin is also printed on this pagoda, it is a blend of European Renaissance and Oriental architectural style, reflecting the fine art of East and West carving. The love alley, according to Macau folklore, but whoever walks through the love alley, will soon meet love, as a single dog, I said very much look forward to. The Helio P90 is very accurate in front and rear view recognition, the bokeh effect is very natural, the bokeh edge control is also very accurate, bringing great depth of field imaging.
In Macau, of course, we must also eat eat eat, in the AI scene recognition and dazzling color mode, the color and brightness are optimized, the food is also more attractive, very suitable for food party late night poisoning. Finally, we recommend a great place to hit in Macau, the Venetian Grand Canal shopping district, the buildings are Venetian style, although in the interior, but there are bridges, rivers, and even the sky, as if a small town into
Although 5G is still the biggest trend this year, the phone AI photo cannot be ignored; this is also a very intuitive way for users to feel the AI for the phone to bring improvements. The MediaTek Helio P90 is also focused on AI, leveraging its super AI computing power and multi-core ISP strength so that the terminal device can better demonstrate its photo capabilities. And, as the demand for cell phone photography grows, AI should play a larger role, using artificial intelligence to replace more artificial, so that ordinary users can take the photos they want more easily. People-oriented should not change regardless of how technology develops, and should ultimately be implemented in the user experience above.