How is Nokia revolutionizing smartphone video with Bothie?

How is Nokia revolutionizing smartphone video with Bothie?

Article created in partnership with Nokia Nokia has made a big comeback in 2017 with a new range of pure Android smartphones. The Nokia 8 is a high-end model and has a unique function: the bothie. This technology promises to revolutionize video on smartphone. But what is the bothie? And how does it work ? We tell you everything! On Wednesday, August 16, 2017, HMD (which now holds the Nokia brand for the smartphone part) unveiled the Nokia 8 live from Tower Bridge in London. For its great return operated at the MWC Barcelona a few months earlier, Nokia and HMD had already shown the extent of their ambitions. The manufacturer returned with a range of very attractive Android products at attractive prices.
Among the models presented in 2017, the Nokia 8 is undoubtedly the most successful. Its design required 40 machining, anodizing and polishing steps. The smartphone consists of a unibody aluminum shell without any "stitching". With its borders of just 4.6 mm and an average fineness of 7.3 mm, the Nokia 8 is a gem.
Under the hood, we find the SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory. The 3090 mAh battery offers 11h of 4K video playback in a single charge. Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Quick Charge is in the game. Finally, a shielded copper tube of graphite copper dissipates heat. Everything runs on Android in a pure version. Finally, note that the Nokia 8 is the first smartphone to offer cutting edge technology OZO Audio, straight from Hollywood. It offers 360 ° acoustic spatial sound for better immersion.
On the photo side, Nokia and HMD have teamed up with specialist Zeiss. The Nokia 8 has a 13 + 13 megapixel dual sensor on the back and a 13 megapixel front sensor. If the material impresses, it is especially the work on the software part that revolutionizes the genre. Not only HMD offers a Nokia 8 at the forefront, but it is also creative. Thus, HMD and Nokia have developed a unique feature: the bothie.
Whatie is it?
"Be less Selfie, be more Bothie". It is with these words that Nokia and HMD presented the revolution of video on smartphone. Bothie makes the selfie and adapts to new uses. The video, especially live, is on the rise. But here it is, until now it was necessary to make a choice: either to film what one sees, or to film oneself.
 Nokia and HMD have developed Bothie to be able to do both at the same time. The principle is simple: when you activate this mode, the Nokia 8 films at the same time what is happening in front of the user and the user himself. This is called Dual Sight video capture. For example you can film the goal of your favorite team and your reaction when the goal is scored, all at the same time. The icing on the cake, Nokia has integrated directly into its interface sharing options. It is thus possible either to share on a social network a video after recording it, or to broadcast live on Facebook or Youtube. All in a few childish manipulations. How does it work?
To be able to use Bothie in the simplest possible way, Nokia and HMD have integrated the function directly in the photo interface. To enjoy it, just switch to video mode. Then, in addition to traditional shooting modes (rear camera or front camera) the Nokia 8 offers the Dual Sight. Just touch this option to activate the Bothie function.
 An icon is dedicated to live shooting. By default it is disabled but you can optionally broadcast your video live on Facebook or Youtube. The first time your username and password will be requested, then it will be automatic. It should also be noted that you can direct the sound recording according to your preferences.
 For example, if you're doing a vlog and want the viewer to hear your voice rather than the ambient noises, you can direct the sound to the front sensor. If, on the other hand, you are at a concert and you want the artist to hear more than your furious screams, then you can direct the sound to the rear sensor.
 With its Bothie feature, the Nokia 8 really revolutionizes video on smartphone. Nokia and HMD have successfully combined hardware assets with relevant software features to deliver a unique video experience. A return noticed so that Nokia will be able to confirm during the MWC 2018. HMD and Nokia will present new products on February 25, 2018. In the meantime, what do you think of this function Bothie?

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