Before OPPO unveils their latest OPPO R7 and OPPO R7 Plus this Wednesday 20 May, rumors have been going around on the specs.
The Chinese company has always keeping the market in suspend but gradually releasing some details as the date comes closer.
According to gsmarena.com, the rear camera in the Oppo R7 will have Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF), a technology commonly used in a high-end standalone digital camera. This is an algorithm that lets the camera take multiple photos for a few seconds before and after you press the shutter button, then automatically select the best one of the bunch. On the other hand, PDAF allows for a focus time of just 0.1s. Supposely, this technology makes the R7 much faster than their competitors when comes to camera startup time.
The Oppo Pure Image 2.0+ image processor fitted in the R7 enables the capture of 50 MP photos. The front-facing camera will be 8 MP.