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OPPO signs Strategic License with Corephotonics for Next Generation Mobile Handset Cameras



OPPO signs Strategic License with Corephotonics for Next Generation Mobile Handset Cameras


-          Tel Aviv-based Corephotonics develops dual-camera technologies for mobile devices



Kathmandu, 8th July 2018: OPPO, one of China's largest mobile phone manufacturers, has signed a strategic licensing agreement with Corephotonics, leading licensor of dual camera technologies for its next-generation smartphone cameras. Under the agreement, OPPO will collaborate with Corephotonics on developing its smartphone camera roadmap - supporting high optical zoom factors, accurate depth mapping, ultra-fast digital bokeh and other advanced features, all involving innovations in optics, mechanics, computational photography, deep learning and other fields.


"Mobile photography is a key focus of OPPO, and we have always been eager to forge strong partnerships with leading suppliers like Corephotonics," said Dr. King, OPPO's Hardware Director. "Corephotonics' dual cameras with wide-angled and telephoto lenses, along with the periscope-style construction, optical image stabilization and image fusion technology, edge mobile photography even closer to what digital cameras are capable of doing."


"OPPO has the most impressive record of innovation in the field of smartphone imaging," affirmed Prof. David Mendlovic, CEO of Corephotonics. "We are proud to be working closely with the OPPO teams on their next generation camera technologies. This strategic agreement is a major validation of the benefits that our camera designs and imaging algorithms have on the future of mobile photography."


Regarding this global association of OPPO with Corephotonics, the CEO, OPPO Nepal Mr. Bobby Zhao, said: "The new collaboration will help us come with new and innovative camera technologies for our valuable customers and I am sure it will be very helpful in providing much more enriched user experience to our users."


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