Xiaomi publishes Mi Note 3 and Mi Mix 2 camera samples

Peter, 11 September 2017

Xiaomi just unveiled the Mi Note 3 and Mi Mix 2. The cameras of both are based on the Mi 6 camera, but the Note 3 has the full setup while the Mix 2 has only one of the modules.

The dual camera features 12MP + 12MP modules and shoots portraits with bokeh. The camera also promises 2x optical zoom and OIS. Check out these official samples (note that they have been scaled down to 2MP).

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Xiaomi Mi Note 3 camera samples - News 17 09 Xiaomi Mi Note 3 Mi Mix 2 Camera review Xiaomi Mi Note 3 camera samples - News 17 09 Xiaomi Mi Note 3 Mi Mix 2 Camera review Xiaomi Mi Note 3 camera samples - News 17 09 Xiaomi Mi Note 3 Mi Mix 2 Camera review
Xiaomi Mi Note 3 camera samples

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 has a single cam, which is the main module of the Mi 6 - it has the same 12MP sensor (IMX386) and OIS, which will improve low-light photography. Compared to the original Mix (which only had EIS), the new one has 1.25Ám vs. 1Ám pixels.

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Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 camera samples


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  • Heavy User

Why does Xiaomi downsizing the screen from former MI note 2 and uses a midrange chipset (SD660) instead of a flagship chipset as was used in the former MI2. Why does a hi end series phone has a midrange chipset inside it? This is DISTURBING!