The CEO of Xiaomi posted the first camera sample of the Mi 5s yesterday. Today, he has uploaded two more pictures on his weibo page taken with the new device.
The same rules from yesterday’s picture applies to the new ones. The pictures are original and no filters were used to enhance their outcome.
The first picture is of an iceberg and the camera does a great job in capturing its reflection as well. The second picture appears to have been shot in a canyon. You can see the lines left by the wind on the surface of the rocks very clearly.
What do you think of these new pictures of the Mi 5s? Will the phone be able to hold its own against other dual camera phones like the Huawei P9, LG G5, and the iPhone 7 Plus?
Tuesday is the official launch day for the Xiaomi Mi 5s (and possibly Mi 5s Plus as well). It will feature Qualcomm’s snapdragon 821 chip and under-glass fingerprint scanner and pricing will start at $300.