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Meizu MX6 12MP Sony IMX386 Official Camera Samples Released

by Joe 4

UPDATE: More Samples Added!

 

Meizu MX6 was officially announced a couple of hours back and it comes with a powerful camera on board. The phone is using the Sony IMX386 custom CMOS sensor along with a new algorithm that ensures that the white balance and noise are optimized for beautiful photos. With PDAF, f/2.0 aperture, and 6P lens, the overall camera setup seems to be quite powerful.

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However, we have often seen that the specs on paper don’t matter much. In fact, the only thing that matters is the resulting images taken from the device. So, for now, let’s take a look at the three camera samples (yes we could find only three right now) of the Meizu Mx6 that have been officially released by the company. These official images look amazing, but that isn’t surprising given that they come directly from Meizu. The color reproduction seems to be great and the images turned out to be clear and well focused.

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You can check out the samples from below. Like always, we would advise you to wait for some real samples from MX6’s camera until we can make our final judgment. Also, you will most likely find a review of the device from Gizmochina in the coming days, wherein you can check out the real samples from the device.

mx6camera sample 01 mx6 camera sample 02

 

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  • Frank Wu

    Too bad no NFC! What a let down!

  • Rick

    Zoom in 100% and you can see quite blurry noisy photos, in the sunlight. Meh… Hope these are not actual RAW pictures…

  • balcobomber25

    Always take company supplied pictures with a huge grain of salt. Most use professional photographers, a lot of editing and sometimes they don’t even use the actual phone but instead a DSLR (Huawei, Apple and Samsung have all been caught doing this).

  • wolvie

    So which Canon DSLR they are using now for those photos ?