With barely a day left for the Xiaomi Mi4c to launch we have yet another teaser image posted by the company President Bin Lin himself. The image posted by him on Weibo depicts the selfie capturing capabilities of their upcoming phone alongside Apple's iPhone 6. Previously he had teased about the USB Type C adapter to be bundled in with the device.
Xiaomi has always been accused by Apple for being copycats, but it isn't a year since Xiaomi placed it foot on the gas pedal and went on an aggression mode. It all started with Xiaomi Vice President Hugo Barra mock the iPhone 6 during the launch of its Mi4i in India earlier this year. Now the front camera comparison of its successor takes the rivalry to another new level.
Coming back to the technology, aspect the Xiaomi Mi4c comes with a 5MP 85 degree wide angle selfie camera which is equivalent to a 24mm lens. The teasers comparing the front camera of booth the device clearly show that the Mi4c has a much wide range thereby fitting in more no of people in the frame. Expect to fit about 7-8 individuals within the frame. Additionally the selfie captured by Xiaomi Mi4c captured more light than its costlier counterpart. This believably symbolized the larger aperture size of the front camera of the upcoming device.
Despite the launch scheduled at an interval of 24 hours from now, almost everything about the Xiaomi Mi4c are know so far. The alleged device is said to sport the external footprint of the Mi4i with improved chips i.e. Snapdragon 808 hexa core in place of the octa core Snapdragon 615.
It is expected to be launched in two variants consisting of slightly different RAM and internal storage. While one variant of the Mi4c with 2GB/16GB internal storage is sure to launch tomorrow, word on a 3GB/32GB variant is also in the air. Further the device will sports an USB Type port as per the revelation made by Xiaomi President, Bin Lin.
The device is expected to be priced at $200 for the 16GB/2GB RAM variant and $235 for the 32GB/3GB one. Xiaomi is expected to release 1 lakh units of the device for its first flash sale.