UMIDIGI Z2 gets a shooting tutorial video (Promoted)

The UMIDIGI Z2 flagship recently went on sale, and so the company is busy promoting the device.

Since camera capability is a very important aspect to consider when buying a new phone, UMIDIGI wants perspective Z2 customers to know that the phone can take awesome pictures.

The device’s software is even optimized for the Google camera, which is great news since there are many people who like to use the app. This is demonstrated in a recent video which offers a few shooting tips.

In the clip, UMIDIGI shows you how to focus a picture or how to apply a filter do a photo, among other things. Check out the tutorial below, which includes a bunch of photo samples.

The company says it intends to bring the camera experience to a more advanced level via future software updates. Interested parties can currently purchase the UMIDIGI Z2 for $249.99 and up.

The UMIDIGI Z2 is a quad camera phone

To refresh your memory, the UMIDIGI Z2 comes with a notched 6.2-inch 19:9 FHD+ display, an Helio P23 processor and 6GB of RAM/64GB of internal storage.

Camera-wise, the Z2 features a dual 16-megapixel/8-megapixel sensor on both the front and rear of the phone.

The device also brings 18W fast-charging, so you can juice up your phone from 0 to 100% in under 80 minutes. The cherry on top? The device ships with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.

UMIDIGI offers the Z2 flagship with two distinct finishes: Twilight and Twilight Black.

While the Z2 is currently available, the UMIDIGI Z2 Pro, the higher-end version, is still yet to go on sale. Although we expect this to happen soon.

In the meantime, you can still try your luck and share your favorite Z2 Pro specifications for a chance to win a luxury ceramic edition.

Want more chances to succeed? Doing things like following UMIDIGI on Instagram will give you 2 extra entries.

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