Enthusiasts have found 13 new Xiaomi models in the MIUI firmware code. Almost nothing is known about seven new products, except for the codenames: evergo, evergreen, zeus, cupid, psyche, pissarro and pissarropro. But about the remaining six models, they managed to find some details about the characteristics. So, one of the devices, codenamed Cygnus, will offer a 90-hertz display and a triple rear camera. It includes a 108-megapixel sensor from Samsung, an ultra-wide and a telephoto lens with 5x zoom. The front camera should be located in a hole in the screen area.
They also managed to find out about the device with the codename bestla that it will have a 64 megapixel Samsung GW3 sensor. The same module, paired with a telephoto lens. It will also offer a display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and a selfie module embedded in it.
The hyacinth smartphone will receive a 120Hz refresh rate screen and a triple camera with a 108MP main sensor from Samsung. The device, codenamed lepus, will receive a 90-hertz display, into which a front-facing camera will be embedded, as well as a triple main camera, where the key module Samsung ISOCELL GN3 50 megapixels, there is an ultra-wide and a telephoto lens with 5x zoom.
The smartphone codenamed mercury will offer a main camera, where, in addition to a width and a telephoto lens with 5x zoom, they will offer a main sensor with pixel binning technology and it seems that we are talking about a 108-megapixel sensor, which produces 12-megapixel photos in poor ambient light conditions.
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Redmi prepares its smartphone with a sub-screen camera
According to some insiders, soon we should see smartphones with cameras under the surface of the display. This year Samsung and Xiaomi should present their solutions. Moreover, according to them, the sub-screen camera will be awarded not only to the flagship Xiaomi Mi Mix 4; but also to a device under the Redmi brand.
True, its debut is should take place next year; and among its characteristics they mention a 6.7-inch FullHD + display with an increased refresh rate. Perhaps we are talking about Redmi K50 or Redmi K50 Pro.
The most logical and visually pleasing solution is to build a front-facing camera under the display. But from an idea to creating a truly adequate solution is a long way. Its manufacturers have been going on for several years and there is only one commercial device with a sub-screen front on the market. We are talking about the ZTE Axon 20, which turned out to be crude and far from ideal in terms of the quality of the photos created on the front module.