Xiaomi officially announced today that the Xiaomi Mi 10 will use a 108-megapixel “Pro” imaging system to support functions such as HEIF format photos. To further explain what this means, Xiaomi CEO, Lei Jun, also briefly introduced the HEIF photo format on Weibo. The Xiaomi Mi 10 108MP main sensor will have large output files. This will be a menace for some users. However, the HEIF photo format takes care of this.
Lei Jun said that the HEIF format can reduce the file size by at least 50% while maintaining the same image quality. HEIF is an efficient image file format based on the HEVC encoder. With a proper example, a 12.1MB JPG format image is only 4.43MB on HEIF format.
HEIF is High Efficiency Image File Format, which has the advantages of high compression efficiency and capacity saving. The file extension of HEIF format photos is usually .heif or .heic. Users can convert HEIF images through online tools or special software. The data shows that under the premise of the same picture quality, the compression rate of HEIC is 2.39 times that of JPEG.
At present, Xiaomi Mi 10 has confirmed that it will have its launch event online on February 13. Presently, it is on appointment at Jingdong Mall. According to the available information, the Mi 10 series will use a quad-rear camera configuration. Specifically, we will have a 108MP main camera + 48MP + 12MP + 8MP sensors. Furthermore, this smartphone will also come with a 50x zoom capability.
XIAOMI MI 10 SPECIFICATIONS
- 6.57″ AMOLED screen
- Fingerprint sensor on the screen
- 90Hz refresh rate
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor
- 6GB RAM memory (in one of the variants, we will have more)
- 128GB internal memory (in one of the variants, we will have more)
- 108MP main camera (OIS f / 1.8)
- Camera 2: 20MP wide-angle 117º
- Camera 3: 5MP with 5X zoom and OIS
- 4800 mAh battery
- 30W fast charging