Meizu 17 and 17 Pro will gain stabilization for videos in future OTA update
The Meizu 17 and Meizu 17 Pro received a significant update (stabilization for videos) recently that released much more potential for the screen that now reaches 120Hz; strange as it may seem, the phone left the factory with only 90Hz update. Now another major improvement will come to the device that was launched in May in China and has not yet reached the global market.
The announcement was made today by the manufacturer on Weibo, a Chinese social network similar to Twitter. According to her, the next update will activate the feature that only refers to video stabilization via software and not optics and should work on all 5 cameras on the phone, including selfies, obviously and on all resolutions supported for the phone, or that is, even at 4K 60FPS.
If you are curious, know that the main sensor set of the Meizu 17 Pro has a main camera of 64 megapixels, a secondary camera of 32 and two more of 8 and 3MP each, which are wide-angle of 190 degrees, telephoto and dedicated for detecting depth respectively. The standard version of the phone still has a 5-megapixel macro sensor.
The update is expected to arrive in the coming days in waves for all cell phone users. Now if the device should reach other markets, for now it is uncertain, but it has been successful in the “Land of the Rising Sun”, since the cell phone sold out in a few seconds after sales started .
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