Fun and Convenient High-Speed Camera Optimized for Intel® Atom™ Processor-Based Tablets for Android*

Taking fast, high-definition pictures is easier than ever with the HANTOR app now accessible on mobile devices.

A recent release from the development team at HANTOR announced that its efficient photography app High-Speed Camera has been optimized for Android* tablets powered by Intel® Atom™ processors. Mobile device users can now customize and simplify their picture-taking and saving experience.

High-Speed Camera’s name says it all; the app allows a user’s mobile device to act as a high-speed camera. Up to 40 shots can be taken per second, and there are three different shutter options available: High-Speed, High-Definition, and Silent. Using the flashlight function, photos can also be easily and clearly taken in a dark environment. The app supports a quick image viewer for burst shots, and a user can choose the best photo taken, and quickly save it. A built-in photo gallery allows users to create animated GIFs with ease, and also implement image effects including negative, mono, and sepia options.

These effects are truly brought to life thanks to the app’s recent optimization for Intel Atom processor-based tablets for Android*. The high-definition shots are detailed and vibrant on-screen. The portability of the device lets users quickly and crisply capture shots anytime they want, be it while traveling, taking a walk, or enjoying a special event. The Intel® Developer Zone assisted during the optimization process, providing code, support, and troubleshooting as needed.

High-Speed Camera is available for immediate download at the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hantor.CozyCamera&hl=en

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