ByMia Wang 2019-05-20 431
Manu Kumar Jain - Global VP and MD of the Indian section of Xiaomi - confirmed that the smartphone will integrate a 48 MP photo sensor and Xiaomi has published the first photographic samples to show us its goodness. You can see the shots in the gallery below , certainly promising even in low light conditions.
Probably the device will integrate via software the shooting mode dedicated to night contexts , as already proposed by Redmi 7 and Redmi Note 7. The watermark affixed to the images it suggests to us that the rear photographic compartment will present two sensors , the second of which could be from 2 MP . Previously there would be room for a 13 MP sensor .
It is rumored that the rest of the data sheet is relatively coherent with the devices already presented in the Redmi Note 7 range, for which a SoC Snapdragon 660 is expected , a Full HD + display of 6.3 inch, 3/4 GB of RAM and 32 / 64 GBof internal storage. The battery capacity would amount to 4,000 mAh with support for the Quick Charge 4.0 fast charge standard.
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