First NOA Smartphone with a Triple Main Camera

First NOA Smartphone with a Triple Main Camera

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At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, NOA will present another smartphone from the Element F series, NOA F10 Pro. The special features of this smartphone are AI controlled camera, battery capacity, fast wireless charging, and screen design. The feature that will draw user attention is a triple back camera and a front 25 MP camera.

F10 Pro will come with a 20+16+5 MP triple back camera. The device will also have a „super night mode“ option which enables the creation of high quality photographs. The third 5 MP camera contains a depth sensor which creates the bokeh effect. AI enriched camera enables several photography modes.

With the help of oversampling technology, F10 will be able to create photographs up to 96 MP. The front 25 MP camera is placed at the very top of the screen, in the so-called „U-notch“, which has resulted in the creation of an almost bezel-less IPS screen with a 6,3'' diagonal and an FHD+ resolution 2340x1080 pixels.

F10 Pro comes with a built-in 4.000 mAh battery and wireless charging support. The safety of the device is ensured with a fingerprint reader and Face ID function. The device is powered by the MediaTek Helio P60 8 core 2,0 GHz CPU and will use the latest Android 9.0 Pie as the operating system. It will have 8 GB RAM and 128 GB data storage, expandable by further 128 GB on the memory card. The F10 Pro will be available in black and blue „twilight“ color with a price point of 299 euros.

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