Table of Contents
Xiaomi is one of those brands that cannot be silent before a big launch, especially its social profiles in China. As you may already know, the Mi 11 is officially presented next Monday but the brand does not stop releasing a “teaser” of the device and all kinds of information on the Internet to shape the device before its launch.
The last thing the company has shared is information about the photographic section of the top of the range. The company has now revealed that the Xiaomi Mi 11 will come with support for computational photography , a technology that, on paper, will serve to enhance the quality of the images thanks to a new way of capturing the scene.
This teaser thus advances it, also showing a reinterpretation of the MIUI 12 camera app. Let us remember, by the way, that the smartphone should be presented accompanied by MIUI 12.5
Ok, but what is computational photography?
Basically, the computational photography that we can see in the Xiaomi Mi 11 consists of an image capture and processing technique that uses digital processing instead of optical processes. The Chinese firm’s smartphone would use artificial intelligence to break the physical limitations of optics and computing power to create a new visual image. This image would use deep learning to improve the quality of the image even capturing details invisible to the human eye.
As always, this would mean a special improvement in the camera’s night modes . Recall that there are other modern Google mobiles that use a similar system to give life to Night Sight modes of night capture.
More details of the Xiaomi Mi 11 camera
It was speculated that the phone would arrive in stores with a triple camera module that has already been confirmed by the brand, so in this sense we only have to know which sensors will be chosen. All the rumors revolve around the use of a 108MP primary sensor, a 13MP secondary lens, and a 5MP tertiary sensor. These last two would consist of an ultra wide angle to capture more details of the scene and a telephoto lens that could offer a zoom range of up to 5X.
Equipped with the Snapdragon 888 processor, the Xiaomi Mi 11 will work with a 4780 mAh battery and will support 50 W fast charging technology. Its operating system would be based on Android 11 and will be available in at least two configurations. One of 8GB RAM + 128GB of storage and look with 12GB RAM + 256GB of internal memory.