Moto G100 is the first Motorola with Imint Vidhance video stabilization

Motorola announced last week its new Moto G100, the top of the range of the revamped Moto G family that will soon be expanded to include the Moto G20 and Moto G60. The Moto G100, despite being a mid-range smartphone, still offers several higher-end features including “Ready For” mode which offers a desktop environment when connected to an external monitor via the USB Type-C cable.

The Moto G100 is also the first Motorola smartphone to include a new stabilization mode for video via the front camera created in collaboration with IMINT Image Intelligence.

Vidhance Selfie Mode is software capable of detecting the user’s face and applying an algorithm based on artificial intelligence capable of tracking their movement and always repositioning it in the center of the frame, even when in low light conditions.

But this is not the only solution offered by Imint. The Moto G100, in fact, also offers Vidhance Video Stabilization and Vidhance Dynamic Motion Blur Reduction functions: the former offers better video stabilization, the latter a dynamic reduction of a motion-generated blur. These two features allow you to greatly improve the quality and stabilization of videos in all ambient light conditions.

Moto G100 also offers Vidhance Video Stabilization and Vidhance Dynamic Motion Blur Reduction functions

The Motorola Moto G100, we recall, is based on Android 11 and integrates Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 870 processor, 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 6.7 “LCD display with FHD + resolution, 5000mAh battery, triple rear camera with 64MP main sensor and sensor ToF, and dual front cameras with 16MP main and 8MP ultra-wide cameras.

Motorola and Imint have already collaborated last year for Moto EDGE + and their partnership includes the integration of Vidhance solutions also on other devices coming out during 2021.

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