Handset maker Oppo has announced the set-up of a specialized lab for camera innovation at its Hyderabad R&D center. The lab is designed to develop localized features, camera solutions using AI and focus on developing imaging software for a better user experience. Oppo is strengthening the base to make India the global innovation hub, it said.
According to Oppo, it is determined to push AI capabilities to bring high-end videography innovation to the users. From using AI algorithms, developing AI facial reconstruction technology to enhancing the application of beauty solutions, all imaging effects will be specifically designed and tuned for the Indian skin tones.
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U&i Picnic Series Speaker
Get ready to pump up the tempo of your party
RAEGR RapidLink 1250 and RapidLink 1550 USB-C Hubs
Made for those who travel continuously
SAMSUNG GALAXY Z FOLD 3
First Impressions: A premium foldable phone with a sky-high price
Samsung Galaxy A52s
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Nokia C01 Plus
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Molife Sense 320
Wear style on your wrist
INFINIX HOT 11S
A perfect all-rounder on a budget
Linksys E9450 WiFi 6 EasyMesh Router
Powerful and future proof
Beyond Traditional and Modern
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THE GAME CHANGER
INSIDE DHD’S RECORD-SETTING DURAMAX
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Granny Chic Galore!
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What is My Stereo's Gender?
Readers will recall, distressingly, that I have tried their patience on just about every topic that marginally relates to audio. LP grooves, CD bumps, flat response, boomy bass, warm recordings, cold binary bits—I have waxed philosophically on all of them. Which bring us to today’s audio topic: gender.
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Contentment - THE ART OF REMOVING AND CREATING HABITS
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Carlyle's Goyal Brings India Lessons to Infrastructure, Energy Investing
POOJA GOYAL, 41, brings a unique personal insight to Carlyle Group Inc., where she leads the renewable and sustainable energy team and co-heads the infrastructure group.
Building a Work of Art
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