German smartphone makers are looking to get their smartphone pictures even better with the introduction of the Ssm event, which aims to boost smartphone images.
In the past, the Sfm event has been focused on improving images for smartphone users with a new iPhone 6, but the new event aims to improve images even more for those who own older smartphones.
Smm GbH is a German-focused photography company that is working with the manufacturer of the iPhone 6 to improve its image quality.
“With Smm we are aiming to offer a smartphone with more than 10 years of experience in developing quality photographs, and the image quality is not only more than what we are used to, but also more than the competition,” said Stefan Eich, senior vice president of Smm.
“This is a way of improving the quality of our pictures even further.”
In the new iPhone, Smm will add support for an iPhone 6 Plus, which is the successor to the iPhone 5s and will be released in March.
The new event will be held at the Apple Store in Frankfurt and will begin at 11:00am local time on Wednesday.
Apple will have an iPhone 5c and 5s to give out, but those models are not yet available for purchase.
Ssm will have a number of photographers and experts on hand to show off the improved photos, which will be available in a number one position on the new iPhones.
The photos will also be available for download to users on a desktop or laptop.
The event will also have special attention to detail.
Users will be able to choose from a selection of three different categories, including high, medium, and low-light.
Smm is also offering a number two position for the iPhone 7s, which also comes with a camera sensor that is 20 percent larger than that of the 6s.
“We are not using the iPhone camera sensor, but instead it will be a high-quality sensor,” said Eich.
“We will show off some of the high-end features of the camera sensor.
It is going to be an even bigger sensor than the iPhone itself.”
For photographers, the new phone will offer a larger sensor than other smartphones, but there will be more room for images in the camera.
Eich said the Smoop feature on the camera will allow users to make changes to the image that would not normally be possible.
“For example, if you want to make the camera more dark or more bright, you can do so,” he said.
“In this case you can select a preset and then it will not be possible to change the camera.”
Smm also says it will allow photographers to add more dynamic range to images by adding a “smoop” effect to the photos.
Ech said the effect would work by blending together highlights and shadows in a scene, creating a more realistic effect.
There will be some limited camera settings available for the event, but Eich says the company is working hard to make it available to all users.
“There are a lot of features, so there is no way to show them all at once,” he explained.
“Some of them will be useful, but you will have to see them individually in each situation.”
Apple has not yet announced a pricing plan for the Sm event.
However, there is a possibility that the event will begin on March 20.
The iPhone 6 will cost $399 and the iPhone SE will cost about $549.