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Xiaomi Mi 5S camera sample is impressive
The sample photo was taken by Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, probably off one of his luxurious yachts. The EXIF information that hails from this sample photo showed a shutter speed of 1/750 sec, ISO 100, aperture 2.0, and a resolution of 3264 x 2448 — which amounts to an 8MP shooter. This information does take into account image compression, so the actual megapixel count in both cameras could be 12MP or 13MP. We will not really know for sure until this September 27th, which is when the Xiaomi Mi 5S is set to be announced.
At the very least, it does not look as though Xiaomi Mi 5S owners will have to wait for a software update in order to take full advantage of the dual cameras in action. This is quite unlike Apple iPhone 7 Plus owners who have to wait for an upcoming update in order to maximize the use of both lenses at the back.
Here is a refresher so you know what else will keep the dual camera company on the Xiaomi Mi 5S. This affordable smartphone will be powered by the Snapdragon 821 processor from Qualcomm, with a choice of either 4GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory or 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory, while sporting an Under Glass Ultrasonic Fingerprint sensor which is embedded in front where the physical Home screen used to be.
In other words, there will be no more physical Home button, and NFC support that handles Mi-Pay certainly makes the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 5S quite the action packed smartphone that does not break the bank.