Chinese firm nubia set to enter India with Next-Gen smartphones

Chinese firm nubia set to enter India with Next-Gen smartphones

New Delhi, Sep 20 (IANS) Chinese smartphone maker nubia is set to launch an innovative series of handsets soon in India that will come with a patented Frame interactive Technology (FiT).

A revolutionary smartphone interactive technology, FiT allows users to reimagine the way they control mobile devices, bringing endless interactive freedom, industry sources told IANS on Tuesday.

The smartphones will have DSLR-like photography system “Neovision 6.0” for a better shooting experience.

“nubia is riding on a range of core patented technologies such as separate light metering, separate focus and independent white balance,” the sources added.

The front camera will come with an in-built flash and autofil technology.

nubia will integrate smartphone photo-shooting functions including the electronic aperture, slow shutter and live bulb exposure.

The devices will also house camera operations like one-click star trail shooting and light painting, offering more professional functions to the consumers.

nubia will offer a completely different way for users to manage their mobiles. With two consecutive, rapid clenches on the phone, users can either take a screenshot or activate one-handed mode.

One simple clench will directly unlock the screen. Gesture memory will make it possible for users to customise holding gestures, transforming user habits into new interactive modes.

nubia is entering solo in India without the tag and support of China-based ZTE Corporation – a multinational telecommunications equipment and systems company.

The company has roped in Portuguese football player Cristiano Ronaldo as its brand ambassador.

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