Xiaomi officially unveiled its new and innovative smartphone a few days ago I MIX Alpha. In its equipment, it will offer a display practically along almost the entire perimeter of the body, as well as a 108 MPx (f / 1.7) photographic sensor with a pixel size of 1 / 1.33 ″.
This sensor is complemented by a 12 MPx (f / 2.0) telephoto lens and a 20 MPx (f / 2.2) wide-angle lens. The first photos to come from the device I MIX Alpha, got on the internet.
The first photos from Mi MIX Alpha
The photos were taken during the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the PRC (People's Republic of China), and we can also observe the new watermark of the Mi MIX ALPHA model. The photos are quite detailed, but they are standard images captured by the familiar folding of pixels from the hand, probably without a stabilizer. You can see the compressed images in the gallery below.
The full size of the photo stopped somewhere between 13 and 14 MB, and these are values similar to the standard photo capture in full 48 or 64 MPx resolution. If you want to view photos without compression and in full size, you will find them in the following link.
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The photos are definitely real, as they were published on his Weibo profile by the CFO of Xiaomi. In fact, we are not particularly carried away from the quality of the photos, rather they are average photos. However, it is very likely that the photos are not in the original quality and when uploaded to a social network have been compressed to save space.
We will have to wait for more photos from the given device. Sales of the Xiaomi Mi MIX Alpha are expected to begin in early December. Follow Xiaomi Planet and learn more.