Xiaomi released the mi note and mi note pro, essentially the same phone, with different resolution 5.7" screens, 1080p and 2k. they did both have different processors and ram sizes as well though.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2017QHD is useless. Too low for VR , too high for regular use (hardly a difference maker all the w... moreYou must really hate battery life, and everyone is playing with QHD since the best flagship phones support it.
*and. Besides I thought it was unconventional of the Chinese to accept and utilize QHD? Why the sudden change in behavior?
Xiaomi copies and keeps the 4GB standard no one bats an eye, Samsung does it an all hell breaks loose lol the hypocrisy of haters summed up.
Dave Granger, 19 Feb 2017F/2 is plenty wide.Sure, if pixels are huge enough.....
But that isnt the case here....
Helio X30 couldn't be coz even Mediatek itself plan to cancel 50% X30 Production from TSMC.
I am in quite a dilemma. I have been waiting for a nice flagship device with 5 inch screen since last year within rs35000 range but haven't found any. Galaxy s7 is nice but a bit costly , hope it drops as s8 launched. Oneplus3 is nice but 5.5 inch isn't my liking. Hope mi6 will turn out to be a nice smartphone I am waiting for. BTW currently I am using MOTO X 1st gen and I love it except it's Battery life.
RasacL, 18 Feb 2017I hope you read the "IMX386"
Yes a 12 mp sensor with f/2.0 aperture and 1.25 µm pixel size is indeed terrible.
Even by 2016 standards.
Larger aperture, Dual cameras and bigger pixels are the future.
I don't see why they d use the inferior 386 sensor with 1.25um pixels over the 378 in the MI 5s with 1.55um
This world needs a proper 4+ inch flagship NOT a smaller version of a Note device. The fact that iPhone 5/SE has no competitors is beyond me.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2017QHD is useless. Too low for VR , too high for regular use (hardly a difference maker all the w... moreTotally agree. Especially because 1080p is perfectly scaleable to 2160p. So, they could use a 4K screen and still only use 1080p for everything except VR, hence saving processor resources and battery life.