MIUI Camera to soon offer Google Pixel-esque AI Shutter feature

Xiaomi is one of the best companies when it comes to providing excellent hardware under a low price tag. However, there is another aspect that clearly makes Xiaomi and Redmi phones stand against the competition. Xiaomi has one of the most popular Android skins in the smartphone market – MIUI. The MIUI software includes several features that are not available on vanilla Android. To name a few features we have a feature capable of cloning applications. It allows, for example, launching two instances of messaging apps like Telegram. It also works for social media apps like Facebook and Instagram. Another important part of MIUI is its MIUI Camera App.

A few months ago, Xiaomi announced the latest iteration of its software dubbed MIUI 12. Since the announcement, the company has been rolling out timely betas, stable betas, and sable builds to specific devices that are eligible. The new update brought a set of new visuals, animations, and contextual features for the new software. Apart from MIUI 12 core update, the company is also rolling out new features in the beta builds like the newly spotted “AI Shutter” in the MIUI Camera app.

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AI Shutter is Xiaomi’s MIUI Camera APP version of Google Top Shot Feature

According to XDA-Developers’ report, a user on Telegram spotted a new feature Xiaomi is working dubbed “AI Shutter” for the MIUI Camera app. Apparently, the feature’s implementation follows Google’s Top Shot Feature on Pixel smartphones. The string mentioning this feature is present in the latest MIUI Camera app. The feature is available in the latest MIUI 12 beta build. According to the report, the app will recommend the best shot from the series of pictures taken while tapping and holding the shutter button. Unfortunately, the “AI Shutter” feature is not live on any Xiaomi or Redmi smartphone right now. The company is likely to bring this feature to certain devices in the coming days in their respective weekly builds.

It’s interesting to see Xiaomi putting some effort in making the MIUI Camera App even more attractive. The app has the potential to be a good camera offering if the company invests more time in it. It’s funny to see that most of Google Camera ports come for specific Redmi and Xiaomi smartphones. The developer’s objective is to improve the quality of these smartphone cameras. We dream of the day that neither Redmi nor Xiaomi phones will need a third-party camera app to have the best possible image quality.

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