OnePlus Nord group selfie feature isn't supported in HDR scenes & is limited to six people
OnePlus Nord will soon be available to users but the device is already on a roll. The OEM has already been rolling out updates to the device with loads of improvements. However, there’s still something about the OnePlus Nord group selfie feature that the OEM should work upon.
The group selfie feature currently supports only six people and that too not in HDR scenes. This means that the group selfie algorithm will not work when there are more than six people in the shot or when HDR is enabled.
Nord’s group selfie algorithm is automatically enabled when it detects a minimum of three faces in a shot with adequate lighting conditions. The group selfie algorithm cannot be enabled if there are more than six people in a shot or in HDR scenes. Nord’s group selfie algorithm works on both the primary selfie camera and the ultra wide angle.
This information is already available in the official OnePlus Nord page footnotes. However, the OEM has not announced whether the group selfie algorithms will be improved in future updates or not.
The OEM has also ensured that the device will get support for dual 5G+4G SIM cards in a future update. That’s two updates before the device has even reached users and another one planned for the future.
This shows that OnePlus has high hopes for the Nord along with its dedication to stay ahead in the game. Also, OnePlus is known for delivering timely updates so it is safe to say that the future of OnePlus Nord is bright.
While the device will be available to purchase from August 4, users are already going crazy over it. OnePlus has managed to keep users hooked to the Nord so far and we hope that the OEM also provides further improvements to the group selfie feature in future updates.
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