360 QiKU’s phones will use FotoNation’s imaging algorithms


It’s been a week since 360 QiKU announced their three flagship phones, but there’s news still coming in.

It has now been announced that all phones from 360 QiKU will be making use of FotoNations imaging algorithms. FotoNation’s FotoSavvy algorithms will be used to make pictures regular, HDR, etc better for 360 QiKU smartphone users, according to the company duo.

“Mobile camera technology is a key product differentiator for the smartphone industry,” says Mr. Li Wang, President and CEO, QiKU. If you aren’t aware, QiKU is a collaboration between smartphone makers Coolpad and internet products provider Qihoo 360 Technology. Both companies, as you might already know, hail from China.

The three QiKU phones were announced August 26th. The QiKU Youth Edition, QiKU Ultimate and the QiKU Ultimate Edition pack a punch (all come with fingerprint sensors) with the specifications, but aren’t the cheapest phones around, with prices ranging from 1199 Yuan all the way up to 3599 Yuan.

You can read more about the QiKU phones here.

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