With the release of OxygenOS 13 (Open Beta Stage), OnePlus has enhanced the HDR mode on your smartphone. The HDR mode is generally effective in backlit or high-brightness environments, increasing color contrast and improving image quality.
OxygenOS 13 Enhanced HDR Mode
Now, taking photos in OxygenOS 13-based HDR will deliver you a high-quality image. When you take a photo, the system’s algorithms analyze the current environmental conditions and automatically activate the HDR feature without the need to turn it on manually.
Similarly, the recently launched OnePlus 10T device has the capability to capture clear and shared photos. Thanks to an extensive digit of megapixels (50MP), you can not only crop photos with sharp details but also shoot with the large 1.56-inch sensor with optical (OIS) and electronic image stabilization (EIS), even in dark or rough environments.
However, as OnePlus is expanding its OxygenOS 13 beta program for other eligible devices it will enhance the photography features. And then you will be able to take more accurate and smoother pictures.
Coming to the subject, OnePlus OxygenOS 13-based software has Image Transparency Engine (ICE feature). This feature will provide algorithms that allow your device to take photos faster and with more detail.
With OxygenOS 13, the OnePlus 10T’s Image Clarity Engine (ICE) feature takes dozens of photos and selects the best for the final image. The improved ICE makes this process even faster than on previous OnePlus devices.
Additionally, the smartphone has excellent HDR Mode performance, which differentiates between shooting with very dark or high exposure foregrounds and backgrounds and photos with balanced foreground and background.
But combining the OnePlus HDR 5.0 and Turbo RAW algorithms with the power of the Sony IMX766 sensor, the OnePlus 10T delivers better HDR performance when capturing images from the main rear camera.