Dual-lens UMIDIGI Z PRO snaps better photos in low-light with its “Super Night Mode”


We already know that the dual-lens flagship UMIDIGI Z Pro packs relatively high-end hardware like the MediaTek Helio X27 (clocked at 2.6Ghz) SoC, 4GB of RAM and a 3780mAh battery in a slim 8.2mm full metal body; and we’ve seen the cameras feature “Pure Black and White” and “3D Capture” modes plus the ability of refocusing photos after being shot.

Today, we get to know more about another neat feature they call “Super Night Mode”, let’s have a look at the video:

As you all know, snapping photos in low-light conditions can be a pain. The small camera sensors in smartphones struggle to keep the scene correctly exposed or they produce too much noise as a result of bumping up the ISO.

Well, UMIDIGI say that the dual SONY IMX258 13MP cameras and the new ISP available on the MediaTek Helio X27 are able to produce photos with exceptional sharpness. That happens through a process called dual camera pixel-binning which doubles the image brightness when needed, they call this “Super Night Mode”.


In addition to that, the UMIDIGI Z Pro also packs a Quad-LED flash to diffuse the light on as much scene as possible, thus allowing you to get a better overall picture. On the front, the SAMSUNG S5K3L8 sensor with a resolution of 13MP is paired up with a Soft Light LED that should help when taking selfies.


The UMIDIGI Z Pro will start presale on March 9th for $299, but if you hurry up and leave your email over at UMIDIGI’s official website, you will get a $50 off coupon (limited quantity).

You can also win a Z Pro for free on the same page if you leave a message telling UMIDIGI which features of the phone you like the most. Sharing your comment on different social medias will give you more entries to the contest.

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