5MP front resolution, 13MP rear solution, Sony IMX214 sensor F/1.8 big aperture, and front flash are quite well known by people who have tracked our news and rumors involving Ulephone Be Touch 2. Well after so our technical staff’s efforts, we can see a great leap over the image quality of the phone. Here are some sample photos you may have a look:
But this time, we want you to focus on other photographing features.
The first is that the phone includes a motion track mode in which the track of a moving object or people will be recorded. It’s not something made out of long-time exposure but a synthesis of a few pictures shot continuously. Be default, the camera app automatically choose 4 photos from the 20 continuously shot ones to form a motion track photo, while by hand, you can choose at most 8 of them.
After shooting a slow motion video, which represents more frames per second in fact, you can choose which part of the video you want to play in the mode. And there are options for playing speed like one second or one fourth of the original.