When asking fans of many top brands why they are ‘obsessed with’ those brands, they point out several key features such as build quality, more powerful performance, stylish look, good camera, etc. Obviously, the top-branded flagships come with all of those specs. But they also cost a fortune. At the same time, many Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi, Lenovo, and others are offering way affordable smartphones sporting identical features. Say, today, the Xiaomi Redmi 6 was out at a starting 799 yuan price tag. Many may think we are dealing with a low-end smartphone with no eye-catching features. Alas, we have to disappoint you. The Redmi 6 not only is considered the world’s first 1000 yuan smartphone with a 12nm process chip but also it has the largest unit pixel size.
We also know the Xiaomi Redmi 6 is packed with a MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core chip, which in comparison to the 28nm process chips, reduces the power consumption by 48%. The Helio P22 uses an architecture of 4 x A53 cores @ 2.0GHz + 4 x A53 cores @ 1.5GHz. Compared to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, the Helio P22 has achieved a 27% performance increase.
In terms of photography, the Xiaomi Redmi 6 sports a 12Mp + 5MP dual-camera, the main sensor of which has a 1.25-um unit pixel size. Thus, as we said, the phone comes with the largest unit pixel size. The larger unit pixel size facilitates the imaging effect of dark light shooting, as more incoming light can make night shots brighter while suppressing noise. There is also a frontal 5MP camera supporting AI portrait mode for single-focus bokeh. Shortly, it can more clearly capture details.
We are offering to take a look at the official photo samples that showcase what amazing photos the Redmi 6 can take.