Get iPhone’s “Live Photo” Feature on UMIDIGI Z Pro
The Z Pro is the dual-lens camera flagship from UMIDIGI that was unveiled on February 27 in MWC. We already know the specifications, which take the success from the UMi Z and add an interesting dual-lens SONY camera setup. Some of the best features on this phone are the “Pure Black and White” shooting, “3D Capture” mode, Super night mode and the bokeh with re-focusing capability. But this will also be the first smartphone after the iPhone to have “Live Photo” Mode.
Every picture you take with the UMIDIGI Z Pro can also be a Live Photo. Activate the feature in the camera app to capture a second and a half on either side of the photo that you take, and when you tap the photo in the gallery it will animate.
So you still get the 13-megapixel still image that you snapped, but you also get a little bit extra. You can remember funny moments which just happened one second and a half before and one second and a half after the photo was taken.
The Live Photo feature was introduced with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus back in September 2015. To date, the UMIDIGI Z Pro is the first ever Android smartphone to embed this technology into its stock photo app.
Specifications and Availability
Besides the two SONY® IMX 258 main cameras with PDAF autofocus and Quad-LED Flash, the UMIDIGI Z Pro packs the powerful Helio X27 deca-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of Storage (with SD support up to 256GB), one 13mpx selfie camera, a full metal body, 5.5 inch FHD IGZO display, a Microarray touch ID 2.1 sensor and a 3780mAh battery made by Sony.
To get $50 off the Z Pro, just head over to the activity page and leave your e-mail address to receive the discount code to be used on March 9, when the pre-sale begins. The discount entries end on March 8 so hurry up and get yours!
You can also enter to win one Z PRO for free. On the same page you can comment saying Which features of the Z Pro dual-lens camera you like the most. Sharing the comment using social media will give you a better chance of winning.
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