For a rugged phone, how much is the camera pixels enough? The previous rugged phone may take 8.0MP as a killing point, though the new player, Aermoo M1 answered with a stunning 21.0MP. How could it achieve 21.0MP? It claims to apply Sony® IMX 230 sensor, which increased the pixels numbers to the highest 210,000 pixels in one shot. The increasing in pixels directly improve image quality, with more details being captured. What’s more, the photos it took can keep high resolution even after zooming in.
If that’s not astonishing to you, then how about their plan to create 84.0MP high-resolution photos? The high-resolution photos can be achieved with the next generation model or some limited high-end version of Aermoo M1. As we are informed, Aermoo M1 features shooting underwater, thanks to the IP68 rating it achieves. It can capture pictures and 4K videos, just like it worked on the land. Some may ignored it but it’s important, that Aermoo M1 supports touch with wet fingers or gloves. Only with this feature, you can use the phone in rainy day or underwater.
Other camera features including PDAF (Phase detection autofocus) to make a quick focus within 0.1s, a lossless 8X zoom in, adjustable bokeh effect, beauty mode, portrait mode, built-in filters, etc.
With the leaked information, we think Aermoo M1 would feature excellent camera specs, and we are looking forward to its sample photos and actual working result.
The rugged phone released some other specs before, which seems like promising. Powered by octa-core CPU, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage will come as standard configuration. And it runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. from the photos, we could say it houses a 5.0-5.5” display, metallic material to make the rugged cover. The releasing day and price are not known for now.