First Xiaomi Mi 4c camera samples show what its Sony IMX258 sensor is capable of

First Xiaomi Mi 4c camera samples show what its Sony IMX258 sensor is capable of
Xiaomi keeps breaking its own value-for-money records, with the latest entrant in that category, the Mi 4c. This jolly polycarbonate contraption features breathtaking specs for its $205 price, such as a Snapdragon 808 chipset, 5" 1080p display, and a 13MP/5MP camera duo.

Not only that, but Xiaomi equipped it with a phase-detection autofocus system, making it one of the most affordable devices to feature this fraction-of-a-second shooting enhancement. Depending on the batch that comes off the conveyor belt, the Mi 4c is equipped with a 13MP primary sensor that is produced either by Sony (IMX258) or Samsung (the S5K3M2). 

The kicker is that Sony's IMX25X sensors are one of its newest creations, with a fresh pixel-making technology that allows for some lightning fast shots and low amounts of noise. Thanks to the vast Weibo blogosphere, we now have the first camera samples from a Mi 4c handset, demonstrating what this Sony sensor can do at that price range, check them out below.


source: dongxie811 (Weibo) via GizmoChina

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