Following up on its widely praised original action camera and then the 4K-capable model introduced last year, Yi has taken the wraps off its third such device, simply called the Yi 4K+ action camera. The CES unveiling wasn't an unexpected move from the Xiaomi-backed company, since it's teased the move beforehand.
As is obvious from its name, the 4K+ still tops out at 4K video recording, but this action camera comes with a first: support for shooting 4K at 60fps. That's a yet-unmatched feat, and something that might help the Chinese upstart even more in its battle with the likes of GoPro.
The Yi 4K+ uses the 14nm Ambarella H2 SoC which has a 1.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU. The action camera has "3D" electronic image stabilization built-in, and USB Type-C connectivity. Unfortunately its price hasn't been announced, nor a release date. However, we assume that it will be more expensive than the Yi 4K sans 60fps capabilities, which would put it somewhere in the $300-350 price range.
It's not just spec but about price to can Sony beat xiaomi ? Notice me if Sony more cheap than xiaomi
Yi and Xiaomi broke up already
You should try new Sony Action Cam (Sony FDR X3000 / Sony HDR AS300) sometimes the combination between Full Pixel Readout Video Recording, up to 100Mbps, built in hardware stabilization gonna make you think twice about your GoPro. The lens on X300...