September 15: OPPO has announced that it will be among the latest batch of device-making companies to support Google’s CameraX.
The capabilities powered by OPPO’s imaging technology and CameraX were demonstrated through a Reno 10x Zoom handset at the Google Developer Days China 2019, a global event, on September 11.
According to a press statement issued by the company, Google’s CameraX will be supported by a range of OPPO devices, including OPPO Reno 10x Zoom and the latest OPPO Reno2.
The statement informed that Google’s CameraX is an Android solution that will enable developers to leverage the camera experiences and features from a device’s native camera app.
The company claimed that by opening its camera capabilities through CameraX, OPPO aims to enable more third-party developers to leverage its leading camera technology to create more diverse applications and fulfill users’ needs for a professional, robust and convenient photography experience.