The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is all set for an announcement on the 3rd of September as we all know. And as is customary with a device of this nature, we’re coming across a multitude of leaks related to the hardware as well as software packing on the device. This new revelation sheds light on the camera software of the phablet, showing some exciting new features as well as some gimmicky ones.
Perhaps the most notable addition to the camera software is “Side Touch” which essentially lets users tap the side of the device to take images. We haven’t seen modern smartphones coming with physical camera shutter buttons (with the exception of Sony), so this is a neat touch from Samsung.
Other features of the camera include Wide Selfie which lets users take the widest possible shot using the front camera to cram in more people into the image. There’s something called Selfie Alarm as well which is a feature for the rear camera where it can detect and focus on the subject’s face.
The camera on board the device is confirmed to be a 16-megapixel sensor and the device can take videos in 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) as well. So as far as hardware is concerned, the Galaxy Note 4 is pretty well packed.
Via: Sam Mobile