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Meizu MX5 Camera Samples Released

by Martin 7

The newly announced Meizu MX5 packs a slew of powerful and impressive features including an all-metal design, a 5.5-inch 1080p AMOLED display, and a MediaTek Helio X10 processor. It’s also equipped with a high-end camera with impressive specifications of its own and the company has released a few sample shots to show off the camera’s capabilities.

meizu-mx5-camera-01The Meizu MX5’s rear shooter is a large 20.7-megapixel camera equipped with a 1/2.3-inch Sony IMX220 sensor as well as an f/2.2 aperture lens with 6 optical elements and 1.2-micron pixels. The MX5’s rear camera is coupled with a laser auto-focusing system that allows the camera to automatically focus in just 0.2 seconds.

meizu-mx5-camera-02Aside from photos, the MX5’s camera is also capable of recording 4K video which is coupled with the ability to compress those videos in H.265 leaving the user with a smaller video file size with minimal loss of detail. Additionally, the MX5 is equipped with a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with an f/2.0 aperture lens.

While the sample photos released by Meizu look impressive, we’ll have to see if the same results can be reproduced once the smartphone gets into the hands of consumers.

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  • Dima

    Looks great but I don’t really trust these kind of marketing pictures..

  • GIJoe

    Nice but where is the superslow feature (480 fps)? X10 can do, Sony sensor can do, so..?

  • Frank Wu

    These are taken from their website and frankly it will be foolish to authenticate them!

  • marklola12 .

    sorry the phone is a average phone, leaked specs said it had 41mp camera and was able to do 480fps has non of these

    • balcobomber25

      Because leaked specs were wrong that makes it an “average” phone?

  • Shanos

    We should wait till its in the hands of real users to see what it can do, hopefully the software will support googles version of RAW format. if it does we will be able to see if it stands up in non interpolated goodness and with out the camera doing post processing to the image. one observation is that there is not a very shallow depth of field on the image with the cats 🙁 this would suggest that the aperture is not that great and could result in poor night/low light photography. but best to wait on a full review