Xiaomi is known to create a large variety of products including smartphones, TVs, LED lamps, action cameras, wireless routers, earphones, headphones, powerbanks, and more, and today reports have revealed that the company may be working on three new digital cameras to add to its already vast array of products.
Named the C1, C2, and the Mi Cam, the three cameras are rumored to be priced at 999, 1999, and 2999 Yuan, respectively, or 1999 Yuan for the C1 and C2 and 2999 Yuan for the Mi Cam. The three cameras are also reported to feature Xiaomi’s own MIUI interface.
Specifically, the C1 is rumored to feature a 4.3-inch 720p display, a 13-megapixel Sony IMX278 Exmore RS RGBW sensor, a lens focal length of 24mm-240mm, an aperture range of f/1.8-f/6.8, and the available of a number of different automatic, semi-automatic, and manual modes.
As for the C2, rumors have stated that while it will feature the same display, sensor, and aperture range as the C1, it will also come with a telephoto lens with a focal length of 24mm-1200mm instead of the standard lens found on the C1.
Lastly, the Mi Camera will feature three Sony Exmor RS sensors which combine for a total pixel resolution of 39-megapixels. The Mi Cam will also feature a lens focal length of 24mm-600mm and an aperture of f/1.8-f/3.5.
While Xiaomi denies working on the new cameras, the details that have been released are too specific which makes the chance the company is really working on these new cameras very high. We’ll just have to see in the next few months to confirm whether Xiaomi is really working on these three digital cameras.