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BBC Storyworks feature TECNO Mobile's camera innovations in a short film

TECNO Mobile's camera innovation is highlighted and being featured in BBC Storyworks' short film called "The Future Lens: Looking Ahead With TECNO".
BBC Storyworks feature TECNO Mobile's camera innovations in a short film
"The Future Lens: Looking Ahead With TECNO" will air from January 4 to February 8

Watch "The Future Lens: Looking Ahead With TECNO" on BBC

Through its unique 'glocalization' strategy, the short film demonstrates TECNO's inclusive mobile camera technology for each user, detailing the work that has been done to better reflect different cultures.

TECNO shows how they identified and closed gaps between rapidly evolving mobile camera technologies and consumers' actual needs in a variety of settings in order to better satisfy the unique needs of different users, surroundings, and cultures in the article.

To improve portrait photography quality, TECNO's TAVIOS Imaging Laboratory, for example, has established a massive database that encompasses seven skin types and 76 skin classifications. As a result, everyone may enjoy cameras that know how to make them seem their best, regardless of how they look. TECNO's progressive algorithms will automatically acquire information from users' environments during the photo-taking process, recognizing numerous opportunities for image enhancement.

TECNO believes that emerging markets will continue to recognize the incredible potential of mobile camera technologies that are tailored to match the specific demands of each user, benefiting communities worldwide. TECNO, a leading innovator in the mobile camera area, is dedicated to pushing for a wide range of aesthetic standards and strives to give consumers in emerging countries the ability to express themselves through technology.

From January 4 through February 8, 2022, the commercial series will air. There will be a thirty-second version on the BBC World News South Asia and BBC World News Africa feeds, as well as a full version on the BBC.com branded content hub.

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