UMi X2 photo samples surface

UMi have been out at the restaurant and in the local supermarket with the UMi X2 Android smartphone to test out the image capturing ability from the 13 mega-pixel rear camera. We’ll let the results speak for themselves!

This selection of photos were posted in the UMi Facebook page a few hours ago. The photos were reportedly taken using the 13 mega-pixel rear camera on the flagship X2 which is expected to launch sometime next month.

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Overall the quality looks good, and the colours are realistic and show good details. We’ll keep an eye on the gallery to see if they post any landscape, bright light and low-light photos samples.

[ Thanks to Akash for the tip! Source ]
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  1. February 28, 2013

    you are welcome!! btw they have added some new pics also…check that out too…

  2. Vikram
    February 28, 2013

    Hi, i am impressed by the features of UMI X2 and planning to buy one, waiting for it to be launched in India, the only this that made me sad and is disappointing on the spec sheet is ts wi-fi that is only b/g and not the current standard in the market i-e;b/g/n. I am surprised, as well as it is difficult to believe that it is so with rest of the features and configuration so impressive. Wish this to be a topographical error only.

    • Vikram
      February 28, 2013

      Being only b/g and not b/g/n in wi-fi would also mean that it will not be able to act as wi-fi hotspot even, is it? Please reply.

      • February 28, 2013

        I can’t see any problem when WiFi is only b/g. N is the latest but b/g is just fine. UMI X1 can be use as WiFi hot spot without any problem. So, I assume X2 will b e ok as well.

        • Vikram
          March 1, 2013

          Hi, please visit the link to know what does it mean not to have n in wi-fi. i am also putting the following content from the same link:

          What is the Difference Between 802.11B, 802.11G, and 802.11N?
          The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) certified a new standard, 802.11g, by merging two incompatible wireless networking standards 802.11b (goes far but not fast) and 802.11a (goes fast but not far). The new “g” standard has a 150-foot range, and the top speed is 54 Mbps (as opposed to 11 Mbps that we had with the “b” standard).

          Among its key innovations, 802.11n adds technology called multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO), a signal processing and smart antenna technique for transmitting multiple data streams through multiple antennas. This results in up to five times the performance and up to twice the range compared to the earlier 802.11g standard.

          All of the wireless access points on our campus are now compliant with the “n” standard so that you can take advantage of the faster connections. The good news is that 802.11n is backward-compatible with 802.11b/g. This means that if you have a “b” or “g” card you do not have to purchase a new wireless card if you are satisfied with your connection speed.

          I think its time that we must have the n – factor in wi-fi and esp a handset with such awesome configuration (UMI X2) has to have b/g/n.

          • anon
            March 2, 2013

            You either have to deal with it or complain on their forum and see if they care.

  3. February 28, 2013

    Hi from Spain! Do you think Jiayu G4 will take photos like this? I hope that, thanks!

    • February 28, 2013

      Don’t see why not