Xiaomi’s latest smartphone camera experiments channel point-and-shoot vibes
This story was originally published 2020/11/06
12:17 p.m.November 6, 2020 Last updated 2020/11/10
1:49 p.m.November 10, 2020.
Xiaomi made a revolutionary change to wireless charging last month and now it looks like it is ready to do something similar to smartphone photography. The company has developed new camera technology that can increase the light input size for clear, sharp images by up to 300%, including a retractable aperture lens – like traditional point-and-shoot cameras, the lens pulls back when not in use Telephone body.
Xiaomi Vice President Zheng Xuzhong announced the innovation at the MIDC 2020 Xiaomi Developers Conference. In addition to getting more light from the larger aperture, Xiaomi has also developed a new anti-shake technology that makes pictures more stable. Compared to the camera structures currently in use, it seems to have 20% definition and clarity with better performance in photography and night photography.
50-125mm to help you get a “professional photography experience”. It allows users to get closer to a subject and adjust their focus to capture the perfect view.
While this is not the first phone camera that can physically move the lens in and out, it seems that Xiaomi’s new technology could significantly improve the company’s camera quality in the future. It’s not yet clear how close the new lenses will be to release on a product for consumers, but as they approach a new phone, it will be interesting to see how they compare to the traditional smartphone cameras currently on the market.
Xiaomi’s telescopic camera has been updated with new information and official videos to make it clear that it is not a magnifying lens.