The latest one is a post on China's Weibo showcasing a few hand-picked portrait selfies taken with the Mi 6X's 20MP front-facing camera.
The selfies look great on their own but when you factor in that they were taken with a phone's front camera, they move into incredible territory. Seriously, some of us here even think that they were taken with a dedicated camera and not a phone.
The selfie camera on the Xiaomi Mi 6X is a 20MP shooter with f/2.2 aperture that is rumored to be the Sony IMX376.
The dual camera on the opposite side is reportedly comprised of a 12MP f/1.8 camera with the Sony IMX486 guts inside and another 20MP Sony IMX376 camera next to it, only this one using the same f/1.8 lens.
The Mi 6X will capture 4K video at 30fps.
Xiaomi will unrwap the Mi 6X at a special event on April 25 alongside the Mi A2, which uses the same hardware as the Mi 6X save for the cleaner stock Android software.
The MIUI-powered phone will premiere in a myriad of lovely colors - Cherry Pink, Flame Red, Sand Gold, Glacier Blue, and Black.
purse bs haha, Chinese phones are known to be trying hard copy cuts, no matter what brand Chinese brands, definitely a rip off, no hate, pure reality
I am not sure if the selfies taken are actually real. It seems as if they've been taken from the DSLR and now making us fool.
People wouldn't have been half as impressed, if selfies were taken by dudes.