Wow! This is great! Can't wait until I can store 2, maybe even 3 of those 108MP photos on this 128GB storage without SD card expansion!
Thank you, genius Xiaomi!
GDS Khera, 09 Nov 2019Well, 2X in smartphone terms (50 mm in Camera terms) is the best focal length to shoot portrai... moresubjecting, i do prefer my 85mm view than 50mm view. When shot close enough, 50mm view still have a little "big nose" effect. The background compression is also another thing many people prefer long focal length over 85mm. But 50mm does have its versatility
DroidBoye, 09 Nov 2019Xiaomi still has one of the lowest-priced, if not the most, storage option there is. Having an... moreSays the guy who seemed unaware that two ppl were having an opinionated conversation about sd cards yet threw his dime anyway. Anybody can tell whatever man. It was wrong to shove into someones throat that this is a 108MP-5x-zoom discussion only. Dont be a thread Nazi.
Alex 94, 08 Nov 2019No,just u.All these comments prove that people care, even you care. What a weak comeback kid.
Gaurav, 09 Nov 2019Did anyone notice? The train in the background seems to get closer to the model with each prog... moreI've just found the news. She is ininjured, but the camera man got his finger brocken LOL
dude the train is not moving, the samples show how you can bring the background closer changing the focal length.
Well, 2X in smartphone terms (50 mm in Camera terms) is the best focal length to shoot portraits (People) as they appear natural. So I am just glad that this has that as an available focal length.
Also, cropping into a 3.7X camera to produce 5X results ain't that bad. I mean, it's saving that pricey periscope module.
Again with the fake claim of 5x zoom.. its 3.7 x zoom.. do the math and dont trust this false marketing claim..
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2019You know there are standards for sd micro that go to high rates, if you use the right card?So you mean, you can just buy the fastest card there is and slap them to a Xiaomi Device? Even the fastest UHS-1 card a Xiaomi device support won't be of any match to UFS 2.1 read and write speed. Again, just remember that Mi Note Series has no microSD. I don't even know why people are asking microSD for a phone that is always designed not to. I say this again, asking a microSD on this series is already a wrong premise.
Did anyone notice? The train in the background seems to get closer to the model with each progressive photo? I hope she didn't get injured or worse for these photos!
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2019You know there are standards for sd micro that go to high rates, if you use the right card?The highest speed of microSD is not even close to UFS speed.
DroidBoye, 09 Nov 2019Xiaomi still has one of the lowest-priced, if not the most, storage option there is. Having an... moreYou know there are standards for sd micro that go to high rates, if you use the right card?
TurkiAlalwan, 09 Nov 2019hope from xiaomi to put in the mi note 10 pro with SD855 and more storage and card slotYeah, and Xiaomi should also change their name to "Xiaomi Charity".
I don't care about cameras so much... If I would have been a teenager maybe but at 46 I look after other peculiarities..... Peace!
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2019An SD card support is one of the main strengths of having an Android. You can live without ... moreXiaomi still has one of the lowest-priced, if not the most, storage option there is. Having an SD-card isn't a NEED anymore, in fact, it could even be a disadvantage. Disadvantage? Yeah because, it's nowhere near the read especially write speed of a UFS, it's even slower than eMMC. If you buy this phone and opt to save your images by default to your microSD, the 27MP and (especially) the 108MP images would be dog slow. You should also check that you're looking at a Mi Note, they don't have a card slot. You're barking at a wrong tree.
ishreal, 09 Nov 2019Bro anything you upload to Google Drive is original quality. It's Google PHOTOS that only uplo... moreAnything you upload is original quality? I regretted using that. The laat time I uploaded my pics at Google Photos, the quality has been degraded. I didn't notice that until I compared the uploaded pic from Google Photos against the same pic that I kept on my hard drive.