Cubot Cheetah 2 is already available in the market for about a month and with the prize hovering around the $140 mark it faces quite some tough competition. So they need to battle hard with every tiny detail where they can get an edge over the competitors.
And one of the nice extra features can be tracked down to some handy built-in photo tools application. The camera setup in Cubot Cheetah 2 is pretty alright on its own with 13 Mpix Samsung 3L8 sensor IC used for the rear camera and it has 5P element lens with mid-motor and PDAF support. Front camera then uses 8 Mpix shooter with Sony IMX219 sensor and 4P element lens.
But the built-in app can even enhance the photo experience, because it’s already packing wide variety of tools and filters to use including slightly more advanced features like “Curves ” or “Posturize” known from Photoshop and similar. You can check the video above for some quick tour of the app features and capabilities to see for yourself. And you can find more information about the Cubot Cheetah 2 phone in general in here.