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As expected, Xiaomi today took the wraps off its Mi Mix 2 and Mi Note 3. Proving the rumors true, Xiaomi also unveiled the Mi Note Pro at the same event.
Talking about the newly launched phones, most of the speculations regarding the specs were correct. That being said, contrary to the numerous reports, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 comes with only one camera sensor on its back. It is a 12MP Sony IMX386 sensor with f/2.0 aperture and 4-axis OIS. While the camera setup is surely decent enough, we were expecting dual rear cameras on the phone.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 3 on the other hand features a rear dual camera setup similar to the Mi 6. The setup is comprised of two 12MP sensors combined with 2x optical zoom and 4-axis OIS. Equipped with Bokeh effect, Professional Portrait mode, the cameras can take superior quality images from distance as well as in low light conditions.
Well, all these camera features sound great on paper, but are the cameras really that good as they are claimed to be? We can find out as Xiaomi has just published a few camera sample of both Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 and Mi Note 3. The image at the top is taken by the Mi Mix 2 and has the watermark of "Shot on Mi MIX 2".
Despite being taken from a distance, the clarity of the image is quite impressive. The image is bright and the colors can be distinguished properly.
Moving on to the image captured by the Xiaomi Mi Note 3, it has a watermark that reads "Shot on MI NOTE 3, MI DUAL CAMERA". To speak of the picture quality, due to the Bokeh effect, the image has a very professional look to it. So if you buy a Mi Note 3, you wouldn't require to use DSLR all the times.
What do you think about the camera samples? Let us know your opinion in the comments section.